I just swapped my 4-string Stingray for a Stingray5. I tweaked my 4 string Ray to perfection, no problems, but I want to know if there's anything I need to watch out for on the Stingray5? All is fine except that the action is way to high for me. I have another five string so I appreciate that the action does tend to be a little higher to account for the B, but this bass is mad. I'm talking almost 5mm off the frets mid-neck! The neck itself is pretty concave (it could be alot flatter) and the bridge saddles are already very low, so I guess I'll have to tweak the truss rod a bit to flatten the neck (reduce the concave) and lower the action? I gave it a little twist tighter the other day, but it was pretty stiff. I presume the truss rod is tighter becasue the neck is fatter - is this right? Has anyone else had the same situation with a Stingray5? Any advice or comments would be really helpful!