Ok, just wow! Seriously! The night I spent with this bass was a life changing experience. Now I know, they are a classic bass that everyone should own and considering I play predominantly Blues. It SHOULD be my go to bass. I have long boycotted the Precision simply because everyone uses one and I hate having something everyone has. The only explanation I can think of, is this bass sounds like Marilyn Monroe climaxing and put into a bass. Running the bass with the Fender flats (which will be swapped out today for La Bella's), a Bass Mute and run through an Ampeg V4B into a 215 Cab, just amazing tone. I know it's only been 1 night but it truly is the finest I have ever sounded. I honestly don't think my other basses will see much time unless I am slapping a few songs in my new band and I can see a fair few more Precisions being purchased. The setup was flawless, but I don't like the feel of the Fender Flats but each to their own. The workmanship on the fretboard is flawless and one of the best I have experienced from a production made bass. All the case candy was present. Though the Fender strap is pretty useless, I don't know how anyone could even use it but still a nice vintage touch. I didn't think I'd like the Mint Pickguard but it really looks great and the clay dots, I also didn't think I'd love but it just matches perfectly. The tuners are reversed and are very high quality. They just don't budge. My only minor complaint is that the neck is a bit sticky due to the coating on it but I am sure just needs a few hours of playing to ease up. All in all, my finest purchase to date and simply the happiest I've been playing a new bass. Oops, I forgot to mention. It's Seminole Red which is just to die for. I am officially done for equipment, for the moment. I apologize to all, my camera is pretty bad and there was no good lighting last night for better photos.