I missed the availability window for those 2005 limited edition Butterdream SR4s. Two weeks ago I wandered onto Beaver's site and saw that they have one in the configuration I want (HH, maple f/b). Now I know that they don't update often and what is shown on the site may not be there anymore but what the hey, I emailed him anyway. Sure enough that one was sold. Next day he emails me again. He was able to track another one down! I was on it faster than Rosie O Donnell can jump in the buffet line. It arrived last night. Perfectly set up out of the box. I played around with the 5 way switch. 1: Rear pup only. The Stingray sound. 2: A sharp slappable tone. Also good for tunes that call for a well defined bassline. 3: Reminds me of Seymour Duncan QPs. Very big sound. Suitable for pieces that need a heavy bassbeat. Too bootilicious for slapping. 4: Grrrrooowwwllls and burps. Reminds me of Glenn Hughes' tone in Burn from the Deep Purple Made in Europe album. The slap tone has a little less edge than setting 2. 5: 1/8th note rock was the first thing I thought of. Heavy driving tone. Again, too much @$$ for slapping. Countless more tones available with the versatile 3B MM EQ. As limited as the Buttercream Rays are, the dual puppers are even rarer. And most have rosewood boards. Thanks Beaver and Ed of Bass Central!