Today my store received a brand new from Gibson Killer B 5 string. It features a walnut body with a morado fingerboard and the radiused top Bartolini pup's that they used in the past. The bass sounds decent enough and plays OK but the construction was not good, at least when compared to other basses with a $3000 list price. The fretwork was ugly, the fingerboard has a few deep gouges. The back of the neck was not carve well in that it has some strange undulations here and there. There's was a small gap between the fingerboard and the neck at the 23 fret. They clearly are using the wrong bridge. The saddles are all adjusted to their furthest point toward the back of the bridge. The bass side of the back of the bridge actually hangs off the back of the bass a little. It just doesn't look good. I'm calling Gibson in the morning to have them pick this thing up.