I had been eyeballing the Highway One P-bass for a while after playing one in a local music store last year. Unfortunately by the time I pulled the trigger, no local stores had them anymore. So I ordered online, which I understood was a bit of a gamble. When I opened the box, I discovered three issues off the bat. First, the G string was broken, unraveled near the bridge. There was no visible damage to the box or guitar, so I guess it happened due to overtension. Not a big deal, but still a bit disappointing. Second, I noticed that the neck is significantly bowed, and the strings are sitting so high in the saddles that the action is the highest I've seen. I can't believe this setup made it past any quality control whatsoever. I'm pretty sure it can all be adjusted, but again the quality control seems low. Third (and this one I'm worried about), when running my hand up and down the neck I discovered that about 80% of the frets have extremely sharp edges which literally scratched up my fingers as I played. The only other bass I'd seen in a store with this problem was a $150 Dean, so I was quite surprised. I never imagined the neck from a "made in USA" Fender instrument would have a similar issue. Since I'm primarily worried about the frets, the big question is: Is it worth it to pay my local luthier (Mike Lull) to sand down the fret edges to keep the bass? Or is this the kind of problem where you cut your losses and ship the bass back to the online retailer? Thanks for any advice!