Ok, here's the deal. I have been a Steinberger afficianado for years. Love the designs, the headless, the mystique - the sound! So I had a custom bass made to fit Steiny hardware. Gorgeous bass. However - not using the bass - I put it up for sale - and ended upselling the parts. No problem - still have the gorgeous body. My Question - is it possible - risky, stupid, too much work, etc - to alter this body - which is gorgous - to accept a 'regular' neck and bridge and forego the steinberger stuff? It is nearly impossible to get replacement parts, and I have no desire to try to get a bridge milled so I can rebuild this into my dream fretless. I'd just as soon buy a neck, bridge and other assorted hardware and build a new bass. The bridge is routed, which I assume would have to be filled, and the Steiny neck angle would have to be cut to accept a regular neck. Apart from this - - - am I stupid!? Thanks!! Any and all advice appreciated!