After getting my Rumblefish P-J I just fell for the sound. And with the "different" ergonomics I felt I wanted another Fish so that I would use one all the time - I wanted to be able to have one at the office for lunchtime practice and one at home so I'd never be Fish-less. It may be counterproductive as far as versatility goes but the more I play on one bass (or one type of bass) the more comfortable I am "just playing" without having to look at my hands at all. While I wanted another P-J I found them scarce-to-nonexistant in the used market and J-J models weren't very plentiful either. So I finally pulled the trigger on an XL I had been watching on Instrument Exchange once it landed on Ebay. It's bugeye, the same as my P-J, which I was going to avoid but what the heck - I liked it enough to order that exact finish on my P-J. It arrived yesterday and I haven't had time to do more than tune it up and give it a quick checkout through my cheap Dunlop headphone amp. Tonight when I get home I'll assemble the rig and give it an A-B comparison with my P-J. Unfortunately the strings seem pretty dead (no snap/twang at all on the G) and I don't have a replacement set I'd want to put on there so it won't be as useful a comparison as I'd like. I was thinking of grabbing some soundclips but may wait until I get some better strings to put on it (maybe some TI powerbass). More to come later after I've tried it out through my rig & Raven Labs headphone amp to get a real feel for it.