I'm goin' backwards, like this...
The L2000 is the most versatile axe among the three: yes, you got a chunky, almost "old Precision"-wise neck, but also opportunity to go from active to passive (the sound is always coherent, yet different) from serial to parallel: with highs knob rolled off and passive with serial switch on, you can dial in an almost raggae tone; with both highs and lows knobs at full, in active with highs enhancer and wired parallel, you get modern jazzy sound, then everything in between
The Fender MIM Deluxe active Jazz is the most versatile shape
Ceramic Noiseless pickups are great, I'm serious
But you can't wire it passive and no parallel/serial option
The Kingston is a bass I somewhat dig in, but too "hifi/modern"
l'innocenza e l'intelligenza nel miracolo della Creazione.