Kinda an impulse buy as I was saving up for something else, but this caught my eye.... Specs here (from 4 string page). I just got it unboxed. It came in a gorgeous case with white fur and a padded handle. Very nice. It's finished in a thin, satin Nitro which some have bagged on, but I personally love it. It feels great to the touch, and the wood is not sealed and totally smooth. It's different that any other bass I've seen. The Babicz (19mm), as expected, is great (I have 2 other basses with that bridge). The bass is super light (<8.5 pounds) and is very comfortable to play. Due to the strap button location, I was concerned about possible neck-dive tendencies, as I am super, super sensitive to that. I'm happy to report there is no neck dive at all. Not a trace. And it seems to be a 3 piece maple neck. The neck is slim front to back, with the back pretty flat. Not baseball bat at all (I'm not a fan at all of thick necks). The bass seems very resonant and the B string seems solid and blends well with the rest of the strings. I've not yet had a chance to play it cranked, but so far I really like what I hear from the pickups. I love being able to coil tap, but I don't care for pull-pots, so I will likely get it re-wired VVTT with coil tap switches and move the pickup jack to the body. I;m still not sure if this is going to wear flats or the Circle K's it currently has on it. Construction overall seems very, very solid. Tight seams, perfect fret edges, secure tuners and electronics. Definitely some attention to detail going on. So here are the customary bass-on-'sheepskin'-rug pics (all out of Polar Bear). I included some measurements as well.