I purposed this idea in another thread but would like more input on it. When I was endorsed by Warwick (still am actually) I had two of the same bass for all my live stuff (FNA Jazzman's). Just love having one bass that is MY TONE and another identical bass as a backup. I actually loved the combination of the MM pickup (with three way switch - split coil, humbucker in series, humbucker in parallel or front coil, rear coil or both) and the jazz pickup in the neck. Since my FNA Jazzman's have swamp ash bodies I can get very nice jazz bass tone but hotter, easily a better MM tone and with the pan pot rolled up to just the neck jazz pickup I could get a P'ish kind of tone but not quite. Very versatile. I stopped playing those because the necks were too bulky and I needed wide string spacing which they do not offer with those pickups. Laklands are good but there are too many things I don't like about them (35" scale, the pres they use, the pickups they use, neck radius, etc.). Besides, I am forever a Sadowsky man now. I love Sadowsky's Modern 5 with the passive humbuckers and I love the Vintage Jazz basses. But I want one bass (and a clone of it as a backup) rather than two or three different types of basses. I am thinking of talking to Roger about building me a prototype. A 24-5 body and neck with a MM style pickup in the bridge and one of his jazz pickups in the neck? Or maybe a Vintage J bass with an MM in the bridge. That to me would be the ultimate bass AND Roger would take A LOT of business from Lakland. Can you imagine how many players and session guys use the Laklands for that PU config but would kill to have it in a Sadowsky? I know I'd buy a couple in a heart beat. Sandberg makes what I am looking for. Looks nice and exactly what I want but Roger has my business. Your Thoughts?