I spotted a Tobias Growler 4, used, good shape, decent price. Thought it would be nice to have a 4 as a teaching bass, as well as a 4th backup. I am not too stupid about these basses, I know what plagues them most of the time, but if anyone wants to shed more light on other issues or correct the upcoming analysis, please do. The issues I've seen in most of these: The electronics are poorly done in stupid ways (bad soldering, shielding issues, etc), the dual truss is a pain in the butt and the tool is a rare find, the bridge is mounted too close to the nut and the saddles go all the way back to the back of the bridge at proper intonation, Barts aren't my fave. Well, here's the thing: I know how to fix all these problems myself. If there are more common issues, please enlighten me. Here's why I'm considering it: It's US made, retailed near $2000 when new. The combo of woods work well for tone and stability. The pickup can be replaced with one of at least 3 different aftermarket MM pickups. The 4 holes and 2 switches in the EQ could be filled with one of MANY different EQ combos. The shape sits well on one's body. It's a looker. So... what would you current or previous owners say about what I said? Am I wrong? Missing something? Misguided? Would it be a mistake for me to buy this bass?