Hey! I need your help to decide on something if you would. I was a one bass man until about 2 years ago. Right now, I have 4. Fender Jazz Classic 60's (MIM) - Very decent bass, fell in love with it as soon as I heard it, my cheapest bass, first "REAL" bass... Stingray - Slap beast, REALLY grew on me, Unique sound, "cheap" purchase... Esh Stinger V - My teacher's old bass, only 5 stringer I have, Moonspell "memorabilia", dont want to part with it... Rickenbacker - a landmark of bass history, unique sound, "cheap" purchase, long term investment, dont want to part with it... because of PRIORITIES in life, the money doesnt stretch and I have decided to stay on 4 basses or even go down to 3 and let it stay at that. cant justify having more basses. thing is, a friend is offering up a Sadowsky Metro 4 w/ vintage tone switch in MINT condition. Sweet Sweet bass. Now, because of my bass family's limits, Im thinking of either: IGNORING the sale of the Metro. or Selling my Stingray and my Jazz bass to help fund the Sadowsky and open up some room in the bass family. I think the Metro will fill the Jazz bass role very nicely, and since in active its also got a very good slap tone, it might replace those 2 basses pretty well... WHat would you do? Simply buying the Metro and Keeping the others is OUT OF THE QUESTION.