Sure, I have my preferences (got very small hands so J width and 12" radius is my preference), but I also have basses with necks that don't reflect my preferences and I love them, too. Some have J width necks, some have P width necks, my short scales basses have very thin necks, my 5 has a gargantuan neck with a 2 inch nut. Neck shape doesn't bother me in the least, either. C, D V...couldn't care less. Maybe a Z shaped neck would bother me but I've never seen one About the only thing that bothers me is a 7 1/4" fretboard radius, and that's only because I like to bend strings sometimes, but I like really low action so I'll fret out if I bend too far. But while I wouldn't buy one for myself, using one is no problem...I just don't bend strings too far with them. I can even get used to high action if I have to, but since all my basses do low action, I guess I dodged a bullet. I've found that I can get used to anything, even with my tiny hands. Got no problem going from a J width to a P width to my 5 to a skinny shorty width. And I could easily get used to a wide shorty neck as well. Some folks are a lot more particular about things like that, and that's cool since we have so many choices out there, and there's no real reason not to indulge your own specific tastes. But I do like the fact that I don't have to worry about finding a bass that plays to my own specific tastes, except that 7 1/4" radius, and that's been largely phased out over the years. It opens me up to a lot of really nice basses that I'd have to turn down otherwise, and it makes using rental basses or other people's basses much easier. What say you? Are there any others out there who aren't picky about necks, or am I the only one left in the world?