Hey guys... I know a couple people have expressed interest in knowing how the tracking on my Zon Lightwave was with the V-Bass. While there's still some issues that I'm working out (Joe referred me directly to the LW folks for help with this...), I've had significant time to play around with it and can give a bit of a report. First, the problems I'm having is a bit odd, and there's been no resolution so far-- turns out the LW can't handle the full voltage for the volume knob. I know the 13-pin connectors are fairly wide spread, and I *CAN* output full volume through my VG-88, so it appears to be a V-Bass problem. The other problem is that the B (and to a lesser extent the E) string are distorting too readily on some patches, particularly the acoustic/upright bass patches. I've tried just about everything to stop this from happening, including setting my sensitivity to 0 for the strings, lowering the low end gain, etc., but nothing seems to help. A customer service note-- when I first discovered these issues, I called Joe Zon, who called Lightwave and got back to me in 10 minutes. When the problem became less than immediate for correction, Joe put me directly in touch with the guys at LW, who've also been supremely helpful. While the problems still exist, I'm confident they'll be resolved soon. Now onto the good stuff, the tracking-- it's flawless, it may even be too good, because some of my sloppiness is coming out (I haven't owned a bass in about 3 years before I bought this one....). Literally, every nuance, from slap/pop style, fret noise (like I said, sloppiness...), scratches, harmonics, you name it, every minute aspect of my playing is coming straight through the V-Bass, whether I drive the LW system or the 13-pin output. Really superb. I'm hoping to have sound samples for you guys sometime this week or next, depending on how my schedule permits.... don't know if this will widely expose tracking, but it should be at least revelatory with how the V-Bass sounds with the LW.