I'm not in any rush to assemble a parts bass, but I found their site and the prices seem right. Here's a link: http://www.kneguitars.com/bass_bod.php They were also recommended on the ReRanch forums as being better than Mighty Mite and on par with bodies costing 40-50$ more. Since ReRanch focuses on guitar, I couldn't find a lot of info on the KnE bass bodies. The site is also not very helpful. Will a Fender neck fit right in (standard 21 frets, nothing fancy) or will it necessecitate some work due to loose tolerances ? I know it should, but sometimes things aren't rosy when it comes to replacement parts. Or even an SX one* ? Is the wood good quality (weight, overall appearance, initial prep/sanding) ? This will be for a nitro solid color finish (Olympic White or Fiesta Red), so imperfections, filler and grain uglyness will be fine. I might even go the poplar route since I don't believe in tonewoods as far as the body is concerned** and it is a good bit cheaper. Nicks and gouges are fine for me, so even if it is soft, I don't have a problem with this. I played a basswood bass for years and it was a solid 8 when I sold it. *The reason I'm not going the "buy SX/a used bass route" is because I don't want to deal with stripping poly. **No discussion about this, please.