Hi, Now I've ended (for now, mwah ha ha ha ha) my GAS for a cab - solved with an Ashdown cab - I've got a hankering for a fretless. I've never played one before in my 3 1/2 years of playing bass, so I've got no idea what to expect. I'm going to a shop to try out the bass I'm looking at, a nice fretless 4, but I just wanted to get a few things straight first off... Right, so the obvious noob question: What's the easiest way of learning where to fret (or not fret, as the case is) to make sure your intonation and pitch are correct? I can pretty much get bang on the right place on my fretted without checking an stuff, so will that be a help? Is it just down to experience? Also, what can you do on a fretless you can't on a fretted, and vice versa? I'm weighing up getting a fretless 4 or a fretted 6, so I'm just trying to work out which would be best, bearing in mind I do all kinds of playing from tapping 'n' slapping to slow sorta stuff to shredding and the like. Basically, it'd be really cool if someone could just quickly scribe out a just sorta general guide to fretless playing. I know it's asking a lot, but I'm banking on some people having big hearts (and nothing to do at work!) Thanks for any help you can give, Mark.