Not counting DBs and including pictures...
1. Killer KB-Simmony. I have this now. Tracked a used one down in England a few weeks ago. Wasn't sure if I want to spend 300 pounds on a bass, so I sent a girl I work with who used to do modeling a link to pictures of this bass. She told me to buy it, so I bought it.
2. Fender P in a Burberry plaid finish. I'm in the process of acquiring a Squier version wrapped in vinyl, but for a list of basses I'd really want to own let's make it a Fender and make the plaid paint, not vinyl.
3. Fender P in a pink version of the above pattern.
4. Edwards E-RM-Blaikutron. Not only does it have a great model name, it also has a single-coil P pickup under an MM cover, three knobs including one which does nothing, and a three-way switch which does nothing.
5. Vinny Colletti Siciliano. Seriously thought about buying this, but just can't bring myself to spend that kind of money on a bass even though Vinny was willing to cut a very good deal. I think TBer pnchad owns the other one of these.
6. Normandy archtop bass in chrome. Another bass that's more expensive than I'll ever really be willing to buy, but it's favorite basses, not basses that a cheapskate like me would actually buy, so it makes the list.
7. Gretsch White Falcon. Yup, expensive. Too bad there are no Gretsch Plaid Falcons, though.
8. Fret King Ventura 80. I'd probably only use the P pickup, but it looks good with the other two.
9. Fender Mark Hoppus. For gigs where I really want to try to not look weird.
10. Schecter Hellcat IV in sparkle, another multi-pickup bass where I'm sure I'd only use one pickup but it looks better with three.