I was just looking at an add for G&L featuring the L-2000 and it reminded me that this instrument was designed by Leo Fender himself. Therefore, it is logical to think that the L-2000/L-2500 can be seen as successors to Leo Fender's original two-pickup Jazz Bass design. Similarly the 24 Fret Sadowsky with its humbuckers could be seen as a modernizing of the j-bass format. Since Sadowsky's have a wonderful reputation and G&L is seen as kind of a favorite among those in the know, I'm curious how these two instruments stack up head to head. I don't have any experience with Sadowskys but I own a Tribute and I have played several USA L-2500's. My guess is that the basic comparison might go like: -more versatile electronics, G&L -lighter, Sadowsky -tighter B, Sadowsky -higher resale, Sadowsky -value for money, G&L Am I missing anything major?