Well, my beliefs are being challenged again about guitars' ease of playing. I once thought my strat was as good as it got, but no. Amazingly enough, a $250 LTD guitar (along with other similar models, including Ibanez's and Jackson's) played incredibly well AT GUITAR CENTER! I'm not sure how other people's experiences have been there, but let me tell you- 90% of their guitars are not set up properly! The action is out of whack, the intonation is off, sometimes strings are broken, floating tremolos having 1 inch gaps, etc. The particular model isn't too important, but I'll state that it's an MH-103 anyway.
My question is, is there anything significant about a Floyded 25.5 inch strat model guitar that makes it easier to play than a properly set up Fender Stratocaster, and if so, what? The obvious would be things like intonation, action, tremolo setup, truss rod, and bridge and nut lubrication.
NOTE: In case it needed to be said, because "ease" is fairly arbitrary, I mean minimal amount of force required to push the string down and bend it.