Hi everybody. I recenty bought a MIK Warsick StarBass 5 and even tho' I LOVE thits tone and looks there's 2 things I'm fighting over. One (least grave) is the "Les Paul mark" it puts in my forearm (it ends up hurting if I play the bass for a couple hours). I've got some black corner protection foam coming my way for that, I think a little piece can work out sort of an "armrest", I'd attach it with 3M Traceless tape, vert strong and can be cleaned up easily when removed (I've used it to attach several foam ramps for many basses, comes out totally clean, easily). The other thing is it hangs horribly on a strap due to the neck side pin being located in the base of the neck joint; as the back of the body is arched the bass hangs facing down and I have to force it into vertical position by both twisting my left arm and forcing my pressure on the "Les Paul mark" zone of my right forearm. Could definitely be solved by relocating the pin to the upper horn (and I've read people telling it breathes new life into its standup playing comfort). Now, I know people do this usually by molding a piece of wood that'd fit in the horn then gluing it in place (usually gaining access thru' the neck pickup cavity). The Star Bass doesn't allow for such access (the central solid block encloses the pickups) so I've been thinking (and this is my thread question), would it be too crazy to just put the bass horns down and use a syringe and plastic tubing (thru' the upper f-hole) to simply FILL THAT UPPER HORN WITH EPOXY? (+ small chunks of wood or someting else as structural material -also not to add too much weight, epoxy's dense-). We're talking a volume of no more than a couple cu/in (about 30ml if it were all epoxy, probably less than half that with wood chunks). Thanks a lot for your help.