I had an idea, and I wanted to see if the experts here thought it could be a decent idea. I've done tons of research on Wishbass, which a lot of the research comes from seeing the Buy a Wish threads posted here, and I think I've come to some sort of middle ground. Currently, I'm sitting on the fence and I wanted to get an idea of what everyone here thinks. Let's go over what we know about Wishbass. They have thick necks, like an upright. No trussrod without paying for it. Weird pickup spacing. A bone bridge that just floats under the strings. A box for a headstock. Bad (or no) finishing. Nails for side markers. Ridiculously long fingerboards. Sub-par sanding. Cheap prices. Good sound. Now, knowing all this, I had a thought. What if I could design a bass myself, send the design to Wishnevsky, have him do the cutting and routing (to the specs that I would send him for the Pickups, nut, etc), send a pre cut 6 string ebony fretboard (from Luthiers Mercantile which has the fret slots already cut for about $30-whereas for an ebony fretboard Wish charges $100 I believe), along with a pre cut nut AND adjustable bridge, have him finish the bass in white with just the holes routed for the pickups which I would install myself. I've been thinking about this, and I also thought that I could give him a rough example of what I wanted for a design, and shape the rest myself, since I would be doing the finishing. Granted, my woodworking skills aren't that of a luthier, but I think that the design I would want, with some patience and a lot of sanding, I could get there. What is everyone's opinion on this? Is it worth it?