So, at the suggestion of a TB Spector Club member, I put a set of GHS Precision Flats (Long+ scale 45-65-85-105-126) on my 2006 Spector Rebop 5DLX. I love the tone of the EADG strings, and can finally turn up the TonePump EQ a bit without it getting harsh on the highs. BUT the B string is lacking root definition & sustain. It just feels dead & thunky. It's not floppy, though. My previous strings (DR Black Beauties) weren't like this. The fat part of the string is just at the point where it's touching the post (just how the string sits due to length) , and it seems to be seated in the nut correctly. The bridge angle hasn't changed, and it's seated well there, too. Would a shorter B string that doesn't make contact with the post solve the issue? Any suggestions? I'd really hate to be out cash on a set of strings just because the B isn't working out.