Last week, the g-string machine head on my SR5 was broken during its handling on a flight. That is working out alright, a nice person on the Ernie Ball Forums is sending me a replacement. It's just that for the next few days, my bass has been reduced to a BEAD four string, and I cannot help but think that in March I had two nice fives, a Peavey USA Millennium and a SUB5. I let these go to get an SR5 at nice price since my savings were a bit low at the time. This left me with a great bass but no backup. Ironically, I am making arrangements for a backup, but I won't have it for a while. The result was that all of a sudden, I wish I had the setup I had in March instead! Ironic, but after almost thirty years of bass buying, the grass is still greener on the other side. Either the one I had or I want is better than what I have. Oh well, I'm sure someone else has felt this before.