Got the idea from the other signature bass thread. Here are mine, sort of in order of interest. Zon Hyperbass (Although I probably would never do the altered tuning thing) (Tie)- Ken Smith Chuck Rainey - Not as intrigued by this one, but realistically way more giggable than the Zon. Yamaha Nathan East - score high because they're not extremely expensive used. Fodera Anthony Jackson, Matt Garrison models: out of my price range, plus, worrying about a +2K bass would take some of the fun out of playing it. For some reason, I'd rather get the real Emperor bass, especially a 5 string instead of the Victor Wooten model. Fender Roscoe Beck, Geddy Lee, Noel Redding models, Plus Reverend Brad Houser - like 'em a lot, but they would never be played as long as I have my current basses. No interest at all in the Jaco model. Ibanez Gary Willis, Carvin Bunny Brunel, Never saw the Ibanez, Tried Jazzbo's Brunel and liked it, but again, I already have a good fretless 5, so no need. Passing interest, Reggie Hamilton (Priced too close to Sadowsky), Victor Bailey, Billy Sheehan, Jack Bruce, John Patitucci, Joe Osborn, Treker Louis Johnson (had one, loved it but moved on) Well, if it's not on the list, I probably don't care about it. Anyone else?