Ok, here's the deal. I'm planning to put together a fretless bass and order all the parts. I currently have a Fender MIA Deluxe fretless but it has some problems with it, and we'll leave it at that. In terms of the music I play, jazz is my passion and I am going to university next year to study it. I love all forms of music though, country, rock, basically anything that grooves. So, here are the parts I want to use, and my rationale in choosing them: Body - Fender Accs. American Vintage 62J-Bass Body I chose the Fender body because I dig the sunburst, nitro finish, and I don't think it gets more classic than that. Neck - Moses Lined Fretless Graphite Neck Where I live, there are some major temperature extremes. My fretless currently has an epoxy coating, because I dug through the rosewood in about a month (I play with roundwounds and practice ~4 hours a day, I will be playing even more when I enter university next year). I need a neck that will stand up to me playing it constantly, and won't move around with the weather. I've found two guys with the fretless neck, and in our email exchanges both of them highly recommended it. Pickups - Dimarzio Ultra Jazz From all the reviews I've read and people I've been in contact with, these seem to be the best hum-cancelling jazz pups out there. Preamp - J-Retro Direct drop-in for a jazz bass, and the sweepable mid frequency seems ideal for a fretless. Bridge - Badass II (black) The weight of this bridge should help to offset the slightly heavier Moses neck, plus I don't have to drill any different holes (the idea of drilling holes in a body I just bought scares me). Tuning Machines - Hipshot Ultralite (no extender key) (black) The neck is a bit heavy from what I hear, so these tuners have been recommended to me. Also, I have never needed to play in drop D on my fretless thus far, so I won't go for the extender key. Neck plate, strap buttons, etc... nothing too different than the usual. Well, these are the parts I'm planning to use. I have two things to ask of the TalkBass community: 1. What do you think of my part selection, and is there anything you would change? 2. Where is the best place to order any/all of these parts from? Thanks for your time and input.