Hello folks, I have been enjoying my Peavey T40 a lot. I never realized how much I enjoyed having a humbucker near the bridge until I picked up this bass. I have done the Chip Todd mod on it to increase the high freq that comes out of it. But as many others here do, I have been thinking of other basses that might tickle my fancy. It just seems like most of them have active electronics. I've posted threads on successors to the T40, and it seems like the L2000/L2500 is a good choice, besides the Big Al. What I'm looking to solicit here is votes on whether or not it would be worth my while to consider the active basses, and in this case, 4 varying basses that have a 'bucker in the bridge. I'm considering active because I'd like to have a bit more control over my tone from the bass rather than an amp preamp, and I also do not use effects. So, if you were in my shoes, what would you do? I'm not looking to go boutique either. I think that the Enfield Lionheart would be a beautiful choice but I don't have the cash to pony up, and don't think I ever could justify it being a non-pro/touring musician. More info: I don't want to go 5 or 6 or any more strings I like relatively thin necks (ie. thinner than precision) I like flat fretboard radius (the higher the better, the T40 is a 12" radius, so I'd like to stay there or go flatter) I like thin neck profiles I like natural options colourwise 3 band EQ is preferable, but 2 is satisfactory I like options to select different tones out of the 'bucker I do not like the Fender Dimension bass Thanks TB!