I bought a ProM 5 as a backup to my Spectors. I have had 2 Corvette 5's in the past and they both kept up close in output and sound to the Spectors, but the ProM with it's goofy twin J pup does not at all. I'd say Warwick missed the 'sweetspot' placement of the pup because you can obviously see the pup is about an inch too far from where the optimum string vibration would be...it lacks alot of rich lows. I put in a duncan preamp and it helped bring in more lows, but the stock pup/location is the biggest problem. I've thought of getting a new Duncan twin J pup made, but it seems to me the only way to get the rich boomy lows I'm looking for is to rout the body to install a J pup in the neck position. What do you guys think? keep it? Or sail it on down the road? I love the feel of the bass and I bought it cheap enough, but I don't know if I really want to (irreversibly) modify a bass this way.