I know - it's been said before, but I'm saying it again. Please check your spelling, grammar and punctuation before you post. If you know that you are not the greatest when it comes to spelling, try using a spell checking program. I'm not saying that every post has to be perfect in these regards, but it's nice to at least have your posts be something that the average person can read and understand. I've been reading through a lot of threads today, and I saw a few that were down right hard to follow. One involved a young person who seemed to have a problem with a fairly expensive bass. I would think that his issue would be quite important to him, yet his posts were nearly impossible to follow. If we can't really understand what you're talking about, then there is a good chance that your post will be ignored by the people with the most knowledge, or even worse - somebody who just wants to post will take a crack at it and give you very bad advice because they really didn't understand what you were asking. Of course, on an international forum such as this, we have members for whom English is not their first language. We can usually recognize when that is the case and always cut people slack. Filling out your profile helps us to understand when this is the case. I see the worst misspellings from kids in the US. Please, do yourself a favor and make sure that your posts are at least readable for those of us who will be reading them. This will go a long way toward helping you get the most out of these forums. Of course this is all IMO & YMMV. That is all. I feel better. I'll get off my soapbox now.