Last week I posted a thread that I had purchased a Bee Bass Groovebee on e-bay and was waiting to receive it. I had owned fretless basses before and have always loved the mwah when played by a good player. I wasn't really a bass player then - more a guitar player, playing at the bass - and all but one weren't very good instruments so they didn't work for me. About three years ago I began to play bass more seriously and the GAS for a good fretless grew. I fell in love with what I had seen of Bee Basses. One came up on ebay for a ridiculous price and I jumped on it. It arrived last thursday and I played it at a showcase on Friday evening, backing up a singer/songwriter, and again on Sunday in a church band. The bass is just gorgeous. An artist friend saw it and remarked that it clearly is a piece of functional sculpture. It is. It plays very easily. The mwah is there even for a novice. Intonation is not so difficult as long as I pay attention. It does have fretlines although they are very subtle. The position dots on the side are between the "frets" rather than on them so they are not helpful. The pup is an unusual Delano Xtender. It sounds killer. My fretted bass is a USA Cirrus, not a bad bass at all, but it may be going up for sale as this bass may inspire me to switch to fretless exclusively. Here are a few photos and a video from the builder.