Hey all, Long time TBer here, but getting back into bass after a few year hiatus. I made a bid on a bass on ebay recently knowing that I wanted to get back into playing again. Didn't think I'd get it for my bid but I got it, and I was the only bidder. I thought that was a red flag so I figured I'd see what arrived in the mail. I got it today and initially I am really loving the tone and playability. So I count that as a win. I'm going to describe what I think this bass is. All you knowledgeable Fender guys and gals out there, help me figure this out! This was advertised as a 2015-2016 Classic 50's Precision in Honey Blonde. I believe it to be a Classic 50's P body in Honey Blonde but the serial number on the neck indicates a Classic 50's Road Worn Precision. The neck certainly has some wear on it consistent with photos I've seen from that series. I don't know the extent that they put wear on the fingerboard, but I think this bass has quite a bit of wear beyond the factory Road Worn finish. One issue I had is that I pulled the neck and pickguard off and could not find a serial number on the body. Am I missing something? I know the black pickguard is not original. It also came with the Fender hard case, but I think it was made for a Jazz bass, not a Precision based on the fit. Anyways, even if this is a bit of a parts bass, I am really digging playing it so I'm not going to worry too much over whether I got a good deal or not. However, I am curious.... I got the bass and case for just under $500 Could anyone weigh in on their thoughts? Am I correct in my assumption that this is a Classic 50's P body with a Classic 50's Road Worn neck? Or was there a run of Road Worn P's in Honey Blonde that I am not aware of? (The body is definitely not Road Worn.) Also, here are some issues that I'm wondering whether or not they are serious and require attention: -One of the screw holes on the neck is stripped -There is a depression on the body underneath the metal plate where the screws go in to connect to the neck. I've tried to capture it in a picture. Thanks all!!