Well I don't intend to be messing around with tunings too much on that guitar - that's the point of having a guitar with such an extended scale, now isn't it? I'll be keeping to standard - C#F#BEADGBE. Absolutely true, but consider that multiscales and fanned frets are a relatively recent invention only gaining ground recently. And it was born precisely of the complaints from extended range guitar users - that their lowest string is too floppy, or that their highest is too tense, affecting both sound and playability. Oh well, you've allayed my concerns I guess. 30" then it is. As far as fanned fret multiscales go, I'll probably get a 6 string bass of that variety. The string gauge variance on basses is bigger, so they're the ones that really need multiple scales the most.