Okay, would be interested in hearing from the dealers / luthiers out there on this one, but it seems to me that a couple of the big trends from 2002/2003 seems to have died out a little bit. Namely: 1. Buckeye tops...I seem to be seeing a lot less of these now on new purchases (Bass Central seems to have a large stock of buckeye toppped Fodera's for example), but I arn't hearing about many new orders of buckeye tops. Tops seem to be getting simpler (ie back to more basic flame / quilted woods). Are the uber complicated tops going the way of big hair and spandex? I guess splat tops could also be included in this. 2. Single Cuts...they seem to have had a real renaissance the last 12 months or so, but I think im seeing a lot more custom orders going back to double cut basses. On the other hand, the new "trend" (if I could call it that) seems to be a real upturn in "new" electronics packages / custom pickups etc. Thoughts?