Thanks to the recommendations found here in the string forum, couldn't wait to wear out the round-wounds that came with my new Precision so I could install some GHS Pressure wounds. I cut off the E-string with the usual amount that I'd use on my non-Fender basses that have much smaller diameter pegs. Instead of three wraps, I got almost a wrap and a half. It's staying in tune but I'm worried that it will perform a rapid, unintentional disassembly at a crucial moment. As an aside, the strings sound fine after a minor EQ adjustment on the amp. I also bought a set of flat wounds that people here like on their J-basses; the Fender 9050s because I'm guessing the tight grouping with a thinner E and a thicker G will have a slightly more even volume level. If this E-string fails due to my mistake, it probably won't be at a convenient time. The rhythm section is getting back together next week! Would you consider this winding to be a risk?