I've been in the market for a fretless 5 for awhile now and had decided on a used Zon. Just as I was about to buy, something interesting happened. I manage a music store in greensboro, nc and the city's Roscoe dealer just went out of business. I thought it was good opportunity for the store to pic up a nice line so yesterday I went to speak with Keith about becoming a dealer. When I walked in he was on the phone with another dealer telling him about a fretless SKB 5 string he had ready to go that another dealer had ordered but had decided to cancel at the last minute. He offered it to that dealer, who said he would have to think about it. I looked at the bass and thought it looked fantastic. I plugged it in and knew I had to have it. I told Keith I would take it if the other dealer didn't want it. Last night around 8PM Keith called me at my house and told me the dealer declined the bass. I picked it up this morning. I used to own a few Roscoe's about 6 years ago that were nice but not even close to what he's now putting out. This fretless kills everything I've played. I've owned a lot of basses including Fodera's, Zon's, Smith's Elrick's, etc. and what Keith does today rivals all of those in terms of construction and playability. Needless to say, i am blown away. I ordered 3 more for the store. If anyone is looking for a Roscoe let me know. I live 6 miles from Roscoe's shop and it would be very easy for me to take several pics of all the tops he has available. My bass has a boxelder top with a decent amount of figuring; not over the top like a few others he had but I prefer the simpler, less busy look. It has the spanish cedar back, Diamondwood board with aluminum lines, matching headstock, Bart electronics. The bass plays and sounds incredible. Here's a couple bad pics. I couldn't get the figure to show up right but you kind of get the idea.