What's good yall, So just got back from NAMM...first of all, holy F, saw way too many bass legends in one place. Second of all, it is SO easy playing a bass with a great set-up/action! Explanation: I've just got into the fender world. Got myself a P and a J, both MIA, standard. Was playing an Ibanez 5 for a while, real easy to go jazz-wank on, thought I'd never give into the Fender lure, but felt I was missing some grit, note-definition, fit-into-the-mix action, so I decided to turn to the basics. Not to go into the infinite-number "I love Fender basses" thread in this forum...but I'd rather stick to an actual Fender jazz or P rather than a Lakland or whatever J-P remake. But god, the Lakland's played so amazing at NAMM!!!!! Barely touched the thing and it would sing!!!! My question: I know the deal with P-necks having their own thing (The P-sound is what I've focused on now...i feel I can get a Jazz-y sound with other manufactures, but the P is...)...have any of yall made any modifications on a P to make it easier to play? Like going with a different bridge, more modern/sensitive pickups? I've had it setup already, and I played a few P-basses at NAMM and felt the same...stiffness, or lack of buoyancy... Thoughts?