Played one today. Don't know the model, but it said 20th anniversary on the control cavity cover and was made of about 67 different woods. It was quite simply the best playing bass I have ever tuched. I didn't know basses could be like that.. Not a bass to get down and boogie with (I'll stick with my TRB/Fender copy for that) but a bass which makes you realise that there's no reason for basses ever to stop developing and growing... As I said, not for me - I'd love a dirty weekend with it, but would return Fenderwards on Monday. But good to meet.