I'm contemplating a new bass (duh!) and am deciding between either a Fender Precision Noir Special Edition and a Troy Sanders MIJ PJ Jag. I like the aesthetic of both, and have tried the Noir but only the Squier version of the Sanders. On one hand a simple, true, Precision is appealing, and if I was going to own a Fender P, this is one of the only ones I like the look of. The price is pretty good, and if I have a problem with it, reselling shouldn't be an issue. The downside is that I've never owned a plain ol' P because I'm worried I'm not going to like being stuck with one tone. On the other, the PJ of the Squier Sanders Jag was huge, so I am guessing that the PJ on the active version is also huge. I dig Mastodon and Troy, so there is the fan-boy factor. Plus I get a P-ish tone in the bargain. However, it isn't a true P, so again, I may be missing out on pure P-ness, and I'm not sure what the nut width is on a Jag. I'd like something with a standard width (not necessarily thick profile) so I can mess with a the nut and replace it easily if necessary. Either will need to go to CGCF or BEAD at some point. Thoughts? Experience? Both is not an option.