Been following the 2019 CV thread for months now, thinking maybe I'd pick one up at some point. So I went up to Guitar Center after confirming by phone they had one in stock...just to find they actually didn't have them yet. Not intending to leave without at least some noodling, there was a 3TS Affinity series P/J that I assumed the sales clerk mistook for a CV. Haven't seen any threads on these new ones, so I felt compelled to share... Hot damn! Not the bass I was initially looking for but of similar DNA...impressed beyond expectations, good resonance unplugged, great tone from the P/J pickups through a Rumble, and the 1 5/8" nut is more comfortable than I remember from my last precision. Fit and finish is better than I expected, snug neck pocket, well matched wood on the body and the gloss is clean and consistent. The Indian laurel fretboard even looks pretty decent, despite what seems like minor finishing inconsistencies – would certainly mistake for rosewood if I didn't know better. And the updated Squier logo has a nice touch to it, I really dig that open bowl Q. The tuners are definitely cheap, down to the tiny screws drilled in at weird angles (will likely upgrade at some point). Lack of finishing (no skunk or paint) around the truss opening is kind of a bummer. Unfinished neck, not my favorite but no real gripe there, feels comfortable. One screw through the neckplate was sticking out about 1/4", though not sure if it was a QC oversight or if someone at the shop got to messing around on it prior. Weight is likely around 9lbs, so despite being a cheaper instrument it has a solid heft to it. Minor flaws aside, for $199, I'd recommend checking out for those just beginning, for little learners, or looking for a mod platform. Details on Guitar Center Pics to come! Been lurking other posts about the same model, hi all – hope you're enjoying your new basses. PS – no affiliation to Fender or Guitar Center, just sharing for the community.