Am moving back to doubling after a long stint of electric only. I'm not looking to change up my amp rig much as I've got a setup that works really well for BG and I think will be fine for upright. Mainly trying to figure out the best pickup for my application. Here's what I've got to work with: Bass: Shen SB190 carved top/sides, laminate flatback Amps: Monique tube preamp/Demeter Minnie power amp in Baer ML112 cab. Puma 900 backup amp, also just got a Big E 4x6 cab. Variety of pedals but likely won't use those for upright. I do have an fDeck Series 3 available. Music is jazz, though I could see maybe using upright drifting into some of the more soul/funk side of things. Mostly pizz though I'm digging arco (but have a *lot* of 'shedding to do before it is public). Arco is probably loud enough without much amplification for my gigs so mostly worried about getting pizz amplified well. I put a KK Bass Max on and am somewhat underwhelmed though I haven't done a lot of eq tweaking. Ideally I want the bass to sound like itself. I'm not a big fan of boomy lows or super thick low-mids. I like defined mids (the Baer is a mid-present cab, no tweeter, instead it has a 12" and 6"). Seems like my candidates would be: KK Double Big Twin Gage Realist Fishman Full Circle Rev Solo Any pushes/nudges one way or another given the gear and the goals?