Im finally starting to get into really good bass players now, (I knew they were out there, just never bothered to check them out) And I stumbled across "You Cant Hold No Groove" by Victor Wooten. Ive got a few things by him as well, and I really must admit that Im kicking myself in the tail for not checking this mans work out sooner. He's increadible. And so far Ive found myself enjoying most everything Ive heard by him. Not to incite a riot here, but you guys that think claypool, and flea are slap God's, should really look into Victor, Flea and Less are good, but Ive never heard them do a solo that sounded near as full and as rythmic Victors on You Cant Hold No Groove. Im also on a Scott Ambrush, Rocco Prestia, and Benny Rietfeld (sp) kick right now. If you want to try and broaden your styles, imo listening to these 4 men, will definantly help you to open up a whole new relm to your playing. Since Ive been listening to these types of players, I find myself thinking diferently and aproaching basslines in a new more creative way. And have actually improved as a player.