Saw this on the net a while back, and did some tracking down to it's current owner. Believe it or not, other than some clear coat flaking, the neck is undamaged.....says a lot for graphite! I plan on getting a new body from Modulus, and swapping the parts over to it to use as a player, and of course keep the parts to put back to the way it was left, for future collector reasons. I've actually even found the owner of it's original preamp, and guts....trying to work a deal on them for it as well. Couple questions: Is anyone aware of Modulus' policy on selling a replacement part on something like a body? I'm not coming off the broken one to get a new one. How is Modulus with their serial numbers? Will they be able to authenticate it's original owner? This isn't going to be a cheap project, but I think it will be a good investment. Here is a quick snippet of an article, on this basses last show: FOO FIGHTERS + RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS 26 October 2002: Wiltern Theatre Los Angeles The Red Hot Chili Peppers came out with just a little bit of extra snarl. Perhaps they were excited about this show: small venue, Halloween, hometown. They wore no costumes, but started off with the funky "By the Way" off the album of the same name. Again the crowd went wild. There were problems with singer Anthony Kiedis' mic during the first half of the song, but thankfully, the technical problems were resolved quickly. Preternatural guitarist John Frusciante's strong, melodious backing vocals were present from the start and remained solid throughout the night. At the end of the song, Flea destroyed his bass. Just demolished it in a fit of energy/rage/testosterone. He later offered a kind of half apology about it and then told the crowd he had already forgiven himself for destroying an expensive piece of equipment. What do you think? What would something like this be worth?