Well, not literally, of course One of my local stores recently became a 'Peavey Power Centre', the first in the world to do so. A huge stage is set up just to showcase Peavey gear. Besides having all the amp heads you could need, cabs stacked three high and Wolfgang customs EVERYWHERE, they had two of every line of Peavey basses. Fury's, Grind's, and yes, CIRRUS BASSES. Considering I cruise my local stores twice weekly, and have been doing so for 18 months, I haven't seen any Cirrii before. So, as you can imagine, seeing a four and a six had me quite astonished. BUT WAIT...THERE'S MORE! BOTH basses were Tiger-Eye customs, just like Em-Bel's. The six was £2250 and the four was £1130. The four was cheaper than a new Stingray or Sterling four. By my (in)accurate calculations, the five would be £1650. I immediately picked up the six. One of the best Low B's I EVER touched. String spacing was a smidge narrow for slapping, but with a pick it killed. I'm no sixer, and I now know I probably never will be. This bass showed me how good a six could be, and at the same time why it didn't suit me. The neck was beautiful, but I found it too much like a Kingston neck. Of the 5 sixers I have played, this bass felt the best and I still wasn't that comfortable with it. I applaud Peavey wholeheartedly on it, it is a work of art without a doubt. The finish was immaculate, the bass balanced beautfully and it looked the dogs bollocks. The fretwork was beyond compare, although bear in mind I have never seen anything like a Sadowsky or Fodera, so my opinion might be a little invalid . Thanks to a good friend of mine who works in the store, the bass was also beautifully set up, you just had to touch the strings and they were fretted! The thing that got me the most, and clinched the deal, was the fact that the pickup covers were curved to match the neck curvature. That and the rolled wood knobs. AND I didn;t even plug it in. I was scared I'd like it too much and order a five string, sell my body and pay off the debt that way . Congrats Embellisher, you have a monster.