Ok, I've done a search and from what I've read here and on the Bass Gear Review page, it seems that the Reosoe Beck V is an extremely nice bass. Overall, it sounds like it has a good nice tight B string and lots of tonal options while retaining a lot of the characteristics of the Fender Jazz Bass. My main question is: how's the string action on these? I haven't gotten a chance to play one yet, but I'm wondering how the action is: I'm not looking for anything super insanely low here, just plenty of flexibility for height adjustments. See, my current bass has a rising tongue on it's fretboard, which is forcing me to have insanely high action for the moment, and I'd obviously like to get back to a more normal action (it's about time for a new bass anyway). I was just recently able to play a Fender mid-70's P-bass that had the lowest action that I've ever seen on a bass - you barely had to press the strings down (at least compared to the action on my current bass) and I've been told the bass had the factory action. At any rate, to make my long post short: has anyone had any problems with having a low-enough action (as compared to other Fender basses) on the Roscoe Beck V? Anything else that I should know before I consider buying one? Right now, I seems like a good compromise between a Jazz bass and a 5 stringer (yes, I know that there are 5 string jazz basses, but I like the idea of having the humbuckers on the Roscoe: lots of sounds to play with). Anyway, sorry for the long post and any replies will be greatly appreciated.