I own a really nice SR5 HH that I really like even though I have had GAS attacks from time to time. As much as I like the bass, I do miss the fact that the bridge pickup soloed does not quite get the classic Stingray tone. I recently played a SR H/S, and I think that this bass is just what the doctor ordered! The neck single coil does provide more booty, even if it is not as powerful as the HH. THe kicker is that the bridge pup gets the classic Stingray sound to the max! The one I played was a four string, if it were a five I would have seriously been tempted to let my HH go. Now that I have cooled off, I will still keep my HH, especially since I already have a fretless five on the way. What I will say that any TB'er, like Shelly, who is considering a SR5 HH, please check out the SR5 H/S if you can. The SR5 HH gets some killer sounds that definitely have a Stingray feel in positions three and four, but they don't get the original sound with the bridge pup soloed. The tone is 85-90% of the original. The H/S, however, nails the original tone exactly, and offers some booty too.