I'm in the process of securing a Lakland USA P-Bass. I'm definatley getting the Jazz (type A) neck on it. I once had a new Glaub and returned it because the wider 1-3/4 neck was uncomfortable to me and I wanted to try a fretless so I swapped. Since then I've sold the fretless (some other time maybe) and I've been josin' for a passive P. I've got the Joe Osborn and the Sad PJ/4 and love them both, but I sitll want to try a P again. I prefer the Jazz neck and body but there is something about having a passive P that keeps luring me back. Anyway, I'm unsure about the finger board and color scheme. I usually like rosewood but was looking at the Duck Dunn signature 58-P and it was nice looking, 3 tone sunburst, gold anodized pick guard, and a maple neck...but that was a limited Skyline version. Lots of discussion on Maple vs. Rosewood for tone etc. ??? I don't think it makes a big diff, mostly what you like. Wonder how that would look with a Rosewood instead .... My other choice for now would be a natural body, white guard, rosewood board. Possibly candy apple, white pg and rosewood. Comments, discussion... just curious.. thanks for your interest.