Is anyone else completely spoiled by the way their basses are set up? I've become very particular about my setup in the past year and a half or so, so much so that I often have a hard time playing other basses that aren't set up in a very similar fashion. The way I have all my basses currently set up is: 1. Light strings (40-60-80-100-120) with a .28 C on my six-string and a .130 on my Bongo because it has a shorter scale length than my other basses. 2. Very low action ( I go to the point where it cause little to no fretbuzz, but any lower and it would buzz quite a bit) 3. Neck with very little relief- again, to where if it were adjusted any lower there would probably be buzzing on the first five frets. My fretless is almost completely straight. 4. Radiused playing ramp with about a credit card's distance between the strings and the ramp at the front of the ramp. Playing a bass fingerstyle without a ramp is now difficult for me to do. I can very often feel the difference between a .40 and .45 G string when I pick up another bass, and it's not comfortable. It's gotten to where I often don't even feel like trying out other people's basses or in particular basses in stores (as they usually have bad setups to begin with) unless something really catches my eye. Its a bit of a double-edged sword, as I feel extremely comfortable on all of my own instruments, and my GAS has become greatly reduced because I'm no longer looking for basses with playability to my liking like I used to. The other side of the coin is that I often sound like I'm fumbling when I try out a bass not setup to my liking, and if a situation ever arose where I had to gig with someone else's bass, I'd be in pretty bad shape.