After a while of looking I finally found a used Roadworn P at a great price. I already own a Steve Harris MIJ P bass so wanted something that had a different look and feel to it and - in truth - something I didn't mind getting a few dings in it once in a while! Like most people I've read comments from on here, I was reluctant to spend so much on a MIM bass but I tried hard to judge the bass on the look, feel and sound rather than the country of origin stamped on the back of the headstock. I have been genuinely impressed. Whilst not as well made as any of the MIA Fenders I've played it's got a great feel to it and a fantastic neck. I also hadn't realised how much the narrow frets would change the feel but I really like it. It's got a great p bass sound and I love the roadworn look which is evident all the way across the instrument - not just the body. Even the screws look like they are 60 years old! I guess what I'm saying is that once you park the analysis it simply comes down to the fact that this bass is a lot of fun. It does sort of feel like a vintage bass and that's something I enjoy too without having to worry about it being worth thousands of pounds. I'm keeping the Steve Harris P which currently has some heavy La Bella flats on it so the Roadworn with rounds will be a nice addition to the arsenal. Apologies for the crappy camera phone pics!