Well, my used '02 Fender MIM Jazz finally got off the GC 30-day "Police Hold" today, and I was able to take her home.. She plays and sounds great. Got it for $299.99 plus tax. I have a question, though, if I may: I noticed (see pic of bridge) that the spring on the low E saddle seems "bent"... Is this okay, and no big deal - or should I take it back in and have them check it out/fix it?.. The bass does play great and the "bent" spring doesn't seem to affect playability at all. ("If it ain't broke"... ??) Also, the bass had no knobs when I bought it (somebody had stolen them, it seems), so GC put some replacement knobs on it before I picked it up to take it home. But it appears they put three of the same size knobs on (they must have found these knobs in a drawer), and I thought the lower tone knob of a Jazz Bass was smaller than the two larger volume knobs... However, this really is no big deal to me - and I can certainly live with all the knobs being the same size - but I was just wonderin'... Anyway, thanks to all who gave advice on this bass in my earlier thread a few weeks ago.. And I am really digging this bass - it plays and sounds fantastic! As I mentioned in my earlier posts, the current setup and action is just to my liking - I love the slim Jazz neck, love the lighter-than-average weight on this one, and it just feels and plays (and sounds) great!