I know it will never happen, but I think it would be cool if Sadowsky applied a bit of the MTD and Lakland model and produced a bass the equivalent of the MTD Kingston Artist or the Skyline 55-01. The idea of bass like this would be to make the ergonomic advantages of Sadowsky design philosophy available to those on a beginner or student, or in my case, broke daycare paying Daddy, budgets. It would be a bass that would not be a direct copy of NYC basses, maybe it could be passive, and five string only since it is not that hard to get a pretty nice four string Jazz cheap. From a marketing standpoint, a passive bass makes sense because it not cheapen the famed Sadowsky active tone, and further differentiate this budget line of basses. The main thing it could offer would be the Sadowsky neck profile, the standard Sadowsky humcanceling pickups or single coils and a fairly light body of swamp ash or maybe basswood, and excellent fretwork. To avoid confusion, it should not be labeled a Sadowsky but it could mention that Roger designed it on the back of the peghead. I'm guessing a well done Korean or Indonesian factory bass like this would run $750-$1,100 depending on the details. I know that Roger Sadowsky doesn't seem to be interested in bass like this, but a brother can dream beause I do like the way his necks feel.