Hey TB people, I've had a case of GAS for a Music Man Stingray for over a year now. I'm actually thinking of buying a new one for my collection. It will expand the tone options I have available, and complement my MiM Geddy Lee Jazz (modified), the MiJ Precision Lyte and a Rickenbacker 4003. I'm just about sold on one of the new 5 string versions. They are reported as being lighter and with better string spacing (the G doesn't slide off the fingerboard - the older versions I've demoed did). I'm also looking at getting the roasted maple neck and maple or ebony fingerboard. The question I have for other MM Stingray owners is two pickups or one? I don't play a lot of funk or slap, mostly rock in cover bands and singer/songwriter material, but I really like the tone of the Stingrays. I'm currently using as my amps GK MB112 combo with extension cab or a GK MB500 head through either a GK NEO 4x10 or a GK NEO 1x15 cabinet. I don't get to see a lot of Music Man basses in my area and the weight and G string issue really have kept me from buying one in the past. The new ones seem to have addressed those problems. I love my Rick, the Jazz fills a tonal hole that is needed with some of the material and people I play with, as does the PJ Lyte. I've needed a 5 string bass in my collection for a while as all the others are four strings. Yes, I have played some of the Rick 5 strings but I seriously dislike the necks on those (too square) and I really don't need yet another generic Fender bass. Anything else I need to know, I should be aware of or you guys can recommend, even talking me out of the 5 string?