I have got a nice Spector NSCR4FM which I got in a trade deal. I actually really like the Spector and I like the tone even more. But... I'd like to have another Stingray 4H or 5H. So if you've got either one of those I'd like to talk. The perfect trade would be a 5H with a rosewood fingerboard. Finish is unimportant though I will say that I do not like anything that sparkles. Spector NSCR4FM. Solid flame maple body wings (not the newer Euro LX sandwich construction). Real active EMG's, EMG BTS preamp (boost/cut unlike the newer boost only tonepump). This bass plays like a dream with a low settup. Weight: 9.25lbs (This weight came from the previous owner I and I can tell you it feels a lot lighter to me) OHSC included Condition: I'll let the pictures talk. Its a stunning bass. Color seems to vary a lot depending on lighting. Appears almost dark maroon under incandescent lighting, becomes much more vivid under bright lighting. The color is called Plum. There are some dings. this is a gigging bass but still looks great. I think the pictures make the dings look worse than they are. One below the P pickup that was caused by a mike stand collision, another by the input jack, a mark on the neck, and one at the top of the lower horn, check the pictures, tried to capture everything. Full pictorial here: http://gallery.me.com/scottcrau#100224 Last picture is an older picture, that gives you a better idea of the color in an indoor lighting environment. No flash used.