The Ibanez would be the single rod neck thru, I think (and would happily be corrected on this point) that Hondo put their Pro II badge on that one too, very briefly, although the most common Hondo R bass is a bolt on. The Univox with dual rods would probably be an Aria going by one of several different names, and is a definite keeper if I'm right. They were excelent planks. Bear in mind these numerous brands were all built in two or three factories, and sold to various marketeers, and there are maybe still one or two tiny ones we didn't hear of. I don't think that any of this was a bad thing. Some major manufacturers like Tokai and Samick learned their chops by turning out copies. One of the best P basses I ever owned was a 2003 Hard Puncher by Tokai. The next best after that was a 1982 Roadstar II from Ibanez. Musical instruments are like cookie recipes. We all have our own idea of the best one. The world doesn't revolve around G, R, and F. Diversity, and your own idea of what works for you, is good.