In this month's issue of Bass Player--Les Claypool on the cover--there is a review of Warwick's newest design: the Katana. On page 56, there is a close up of the much-maligned Adjust-a-Nut II with a caption which points out that the graphite Adjust-a-Nut II replaces Warwick's original brass Adjust-a-Nut. The caption goes on to include an official Warwick statement that 'the height-adjustable graphite nut solves the commonly reported problem of the bass nut's hidden rattles.' Am I the only one who has never heard of "the brass nut's hidden rattles" and who thinks this is a lame attempt to get people to stop paying greater respect to the company's pre-97 models? C'mon, Warwick. And for that matter, c'mon BP!