I wanted to start this thread for the following reason: My SKB3006 has the fastest slimmest 6 string neck I have ever played. I ordered it with a thin neck profile and Gard and the guys at the shop just did an amazing work. This neck is so fast, so thin and so silky smooth to the touch is just addictive! The best thing is that I love to play with a very light touch and almost no neck relief. My bass is set-up with an almost dead-flat neck (which I believe has numerous advantages to it, as some of you may have read in a Bass Player magazine article by the great Anthony Jackson)...the relief is about 0.2 milimeters (sorry I'm trained in metric system, but this is less that the thickness of your average piece of paper). The action is also super low...about 1.5mm on the B string and less than 1 mm on the G string (about 0.5 mm maybe)...and believe it or not it does not buzz whatsoever!. Simply stounding. What a great piece of work (and of neck engineering!). Changing gears a bit now, I think it would help our fellow Roscoe-ites to know some details about set-up or maybe some people will have questions about it they can post in this thread. It is also interesting to know what is the set-up other fellow Roscoe-holics have and how they use it IMHO.