SOLD!!! I just acquired this bass very recently, and I love many things about it, but I honestly didn't have the money to spend--so I'm passing it along. It was one of those things where I've always really wanted to try a Basslab, so I had to jump on the opportunity when it popped up even though my credit card would take a beating. Here are some more (and larger) pics: http://www.ev-b.com/bassforsale.html With only a few superficial exceptions, any white marks or wavy lines are just reflections, not flaws. There is a small amount of light player wear here and there, but no chips, cracks, or any other notable dings. In the pictures it's shown wearing flats, but I've just now strung it up with a brand new set of DR Black Beauties! They look and sound oh-so-fine. It's in beautiful playing shape, the neck and action are terrific! The pups are Basslab's "rough crystal" elements, which are like single-coils with extended low end. The bottom is super smooth and round, and the low B is pure and clean. The preamp is their own design as well, with low/mid/high and mid-sweep controls, vol/vol knobs, and one of the vol knobs is also a pushbutton mute switch. There's a small LED in between the pups that indicates the battery status. Weight is about 8.5 lbs, scale is 34", nut is 1.65", string spacing is 16 mm at the bridge. For those not yet familiar with Basslab's technology, the bass is a hollow monocoque (one-piece shell) composite material. Not only is the neck one piece with the body, the neck is hollow like the body! This results in both full, resonant tone as well as weight savings. $1500... Sold!