Hi guys, For many years my main bass was a Warwick Thumb 5. I loved it. But the tight spacing made slapping a pain and I never was happy with the slap tone. So, a few years ago I picked up a Bubinga/Walnut Peavey Cirrus 4 string for that purpose, and ended up falling in love with it for more things than just slap. Well, fast forward to today, and i'm seriously considering picking up a 5-string Cirrus. I am a huge fan of the wood combo on my current Cirrus, and am tempted to get a similar 5-string version. I'm concerned that I will end up unhappy having two almost identical basses like that. It seems like, for the most part, TBers seem to tend to have somewhat different basses for their 4 and 5 strings, and I can't remember seeing someone show off their collection and have identical 4 and 5 string versions of the same bass. Part of me thinks that if I do this I will eventually find that the 4 string gets no use (which is not all bad, I can always sell that and get something else. Part of me thinks that I should at least get a slightly different wood combination, but i'm not a huge fan of the Maple basses, and even though there is a really nice Walnut/Walnut Cirrus in the classifieds here, it just doesn't suit my eye like the Bubinga/Walnut combination. I'm curious what others think.