BSR5 owners, wondering if you can help me out on a decision...especially if you've owned more than one Smith with different types of body wood. I really love the feel and playability of my BSR5-walnut, but I'm having some real issues of the attack and brightness and over all clarity of this thing. It is a typical BSR5; soapbars, 3-band eq-no switches, bolt-on maple neck, but it has a lightweight all-walnut body. This is a very mellow sounding bass, the highs are not bright and not very 'cutting' mids. The mids just seem to get muddy when I turn up the mid knob. Just doesn't seem like it has the punch and attack. Is is because of the all walnut body? I'm wondering if I should have looked for a maple body BSR instead. You maple body owners, can you comment on wether the maple has the 'killer attack'? I don't particularly love my G&L2500, but it has the punch and attack I can't get near with the Smith, and in a rock setting, it cuts and the Smith doesn't...but man, I love the Smith.