Any comments on this? The top looks right purty but I dunno how one would cleanly fix the gash without doing a total refin. 'Course I guess you could just keep it and call it "pre-mojo'd." Wish it said something about the neck and playability, though. "Great working condition" is awfully generic and can't be trusted very far on a bass with a dead pickup and a stop busted out of one of the pots. 'rick EDIT: Just noticed that the same seller has a pretty clean-looking GSR-200 up also.