This is a cautionary tale. Sometimes the grass looks greener, but when you get in the pasture, you see all sorts of sticks and turds. As I posted earlier, I swapped my SR5 for a Fender Precision Bass Deluxe V, a really great bass, but it's slap tone couldn't cut for me. When I went back two and half days later, my SR5 had already been sold. I got a cash refund and picked up a nice bass from another dealer that I had actually owned before, a Peavey Millennium Plus five string (USA made.) In terms of quality of instrument, I have not lost anything, but I sure do wish I hadn't given up my SR5, it was a sweet bass. You guys have all heard that story before and most of you have lived it. I just thought I would remind everyone that if you really like what you have, be very, very careful and sure before you let it go. This is especially true with holiday sales just around the corner.