As I've posted before, my Jay Haida bass set-up problems have finally ended. Thanks to a poster here, I discovered Trevor Davis is in Austin (Texas). I contacted him, and took my bass to him and explained my problem, not only with the improper set-up of the bass, but my left-hand tremor problem. Hokey smokes! Real nice guy, easy going and yet dead serious about all things bass. He looked over my bass, and pointed out things I didn't know existed, like the fact that there was an almost imperceptible gay between the fingerboard and the neck on the treble side in the half-position, and I mean imperceptible. Just tiny little gaps. In any event, he put on a new ebony tail-piece, new bridge with ebony adjusters, put in a new high-grade sound-post and adjusted accordingly, dressed the fingerboard, (he showed me the waves in it) re-glued the tiny gaps, he said it appeared that the fingerboard had been removed once before, and cut the bridge so that I could either raise or lower the action. What a world of difference! it's like a whole new bass. It's almost too easy to play. Unbelievable! I also had a chance to play the first bass he built (briefly), and he showed me his shop, with a Ceruti model and a cello under construction. Explained how he makes his own varnish, is working on purfling for the Ceruti and the cello. What a trip! In the event, it was a great experience, and obviously recommend him without question. My bass is now almost too easy to play!