I've owned ten or so basses over the years (never more than four at once, sadly) and for whatever reason sold most of them off. About six years ago I bought a MIM Reggie Hamilton Jazz, and really enjoyed it. It was my first four-string bass in years, as I'd been playing a Sting Ray 5 and a Spector six-string previously (both long-gone now). I loved the feel of the string spacing after playing tighter boards for so long, and really dug the P sound as well as the PJ combo. But over the last few years, I'd grown apart from that bass. It didn't sound bad, in fact it sounded great, with a solid variety of tones. Honestly though, I mostly soloed the P pickup in passive mode. I really just didn't vibe with how it played. Somehow the neck was uncomfortable, and I'd find my fret hand cramping up after playing for any period of time. I remember loving the feeling of my SR 5s, despite their tight spacing, and really having no issues with Spector six-string once I got used to it. Then after recent trips to Long & McQuade, Steve's Music, Paul's Boutique and others, I came to a realization. I prefer a wider nut width. Plain and simple. Honestly, this should have occurred to me long ago (I'm 6'4" with some pretty big mitts after all), but there you have it. So I decided to part with the Reggie, a killer bass, but one that just didn't fit me. And today in Long & McQuade I made my first bass purchase since the Reggie six years ago. It's just a Player Precision, but I love how it feels. It fills my hand nicely without being too chunky, and the sating finish on the neck is smooth and fast. Also sounds great. It's full and round sounding with great clarity. I'm a sucker for black and maple, so you better believe this is getting a 3-ply b/w/b pickguard asap. I'm even considering some decals to give it the appearance of having black block inlays. I'm gonna get some better pictures tomorrow when I've got the chance, and when the new guard is added.