I need to start working through my emotions here. As time goes by I am realizing that I rarely, if ever, play my Warwick anymore. I am jonesing bigtime also for a Streamer Jazzman, but having 3 fairly high-end basses - it would be ridiculous to make another investment like that. I am not a man of wealth. I can't seem to part with the Corvette, even though it would make the purchase of a bass I might actually use (the Streamer) more realistic. I really want to sell it, but it was the first real bass I ever owned, it's older and I think better than the newer Warwicks, it looks great, feels great, sounds great on recordings.... it's just too damn heavy and doesn't really give me the versatility I need, nor the sound I'm looking for in most of my live situations. It's becoming a piece of furniture - but I feel hopelessly devoted. Anyone have any suggestions on how I can break the chain to my heart - and get the courage up to do something that would probably be best for me - and my Warwick? Someone else could be giving it the attention it deserves. Am I just hopelessly devoted?