Yes, after about two weeks of waiting, my new Spector has finally arrived! But it isn't the one I ordered... Here's the story: I first bought a Spector Performaner, then took it back for a Spector Legend. I actually talked to George's Music about ordering it first, and the guy told me that Spector had the Legend Classic and the Legend Custom in stock, along with some ones left from 2005 (which has PJ pick ups, gold hardware, and a bolt on neck). I returned my bass but decided to order my new one through Guitar Center (since it's closer). So Mikey, the guy who ordered it for me, did all the stuff that we needed done. Skip ahead to today, where my bass finally comes in (although it was suppose to come in yesterday, but I did too much waiting). He calls me up to tell me my bass is in (this was at 11AM). I actually go at 5PM. Walk in, go up to Mikey, and the first thing he says was something along the lines of "We have a problem. They sent the wrong bass" and I was just left puzzled. He was helping someone out first, so I had to wait a few minutes. When he finished, he brings me to what they shipped. It was an '05 model. I just said I'd go ahead and try it out, did, came back, and said I'd take it. So what really happened was he called Spector to confirm the serial number (keeping in mind that he's not an expert with basses. He plays guitar), and I guess something didn't match up. He ended up talking to Stuart Spector himself to see what the deal was. It turns out that the bass I originally ordered (a Legend Classic) was on back order, although it wasn't when he originally called to order it. The source of the problem? Guitar Center special orders department screwed up. But I'm not complaining. Now for the bass. I actually ended up saving $100 by getting this one and not re-ordering the one I originally wanted (this one costs $600 to order, and I had to pay $500 for the other one). As I mentioned, PJ pick ups and gold hardware. It also has a 3 band EQ on it (double stacked knobs, which I've always wanted to try out. They're pretty good, but don't turn as smoothly as I'd like). The strings had a bit of a bright poppy sound. Playing through my Fender Rumble 15 amp, this thing was booming. It seemed like my amp might not have been able to handle it. But it's great. I can dial in a bunch of tones. Anyway, I know the rule here is that it doesn't exist if there's no pics, so here's a few of them. I'll take some of it in the case later. Just look at that bridge shine!