just started this one. i bought a complete blue floral p bass reissue body that i got last week and a new one piece maple neck arrived for it today. i just finished fitting the neck to the body, removed the 2mm side dots, installed 3/32" ones, gave it some roll-over on the edges, installed a fender nut and shot a couple of coats of nitro sealer on the fingerboard and f&r of the headstock so i can mount the heads, string it up and start my neck shaving/reshaping process. after that, i'll remove the heads and shoot if with a slightly tinted nitro finish and reassemble it. the funny thing about this model is that it's called a '54 precision bass reissue, but they never came in floral (but the slab body tele basses did in '68/'69), and it has the smaller tele bass thru body string retainers, so it's really not a tele bass or a p bass (due to it's color). anyway, here's a couple of pics of the bass so far. i should have the heads and strings on it by this evening: i still need to install some CTS pots, a switchcraft jack and a NOS '70's cornell-dubilier .047 cap in it, and i'll either go with an duncan antiquity, an scpb-1, a 1/4lb'er or a fralin (side by side) single coil humbucker since i already have all of those pickups to try in it. the heads are going to be gotoh vintage reverse res-o-lites to keep this bass lightweight and balanced, since the body is very lightweight.