OK, finally got my Warwick Jazzman 5 string. I was trying to get for a while and yaaaaaaay it neck dives like mad. Very upsetting, time to move forward. I'm 99% sure I'll be returning this and getting something else. So, I need opinions ... I play funk, blues, rock(classic and hard) country, motown, do-wop kinda stuff, some jam bandish kind of stuff, and jazz I'm looking to get one bass that can do each efficiently. Now I'm not trying to find a super bass or anything, just a versatile one. I understand that a P-bass "can" do all these as I've used one for the past year, but I want some more variety in my tones. Right now my options I'm looking at are Musicman Stingray 5HH Bongo 5HH Spector - not sure which model, but I've also never had a chance to play one(could use people's opinions on these very much) Fender Deluxe jazz with the passive/active switch looking at 5 strings first, then 4's. I don't NEED a 5er, they're just very convenient...though don't help with neckdive >.< The only one I've had the opportunity to play is the stingray HH, and I tossed a strap on it, slung it over my shoulder, and it hangs like perfection. I was very impressed, especially after my Warwick. I dig the tonal options on it as well. I've never played a spector, but they look and sound great. A lot of people swear by them too. I'd probably try to get into a euro. I'd like to stay under $1600, but can float a BIT over if needed. I always try to buy used so most all of these fall beneath that line. Not too keen on G&L, but I used an l2500 tribute for a while, and it was pretty cool. But they're not completely out of the question. Please do let me know if these something out there that I could have overlooked. thanks everyone!