To me a thin (shallow) neck profile is one of the most desirable features of a bass (second to tone). I can get accustomed to a thicker neck, but I always love a flat, thin, quick playing neck profile, and I have always thought that this was universally better. My belief was that a thick neck profile was a cheap way to ad strength to a neck without using an expensive laminate neck build. Then I got a Stingray Classic and the neck wasn't as thin as I thought it would be, yet many people love the playability. I actually kind of like it too. All the Warwick's I've played have had decently chunky neck profiles as well. So there must be something good about a thick neck profile. So my question is: What kind of neck profile do you prefer and why? Does anyone prefer a thicker neck profile? If you do - please enlighten me to the advantages! Im not talking about string spacing or neck breadth. I'm talking about the cross section of the neck.