So far, I’m liking the Minwax Oil-Modified Water Based Polyurethane. It’s pretty much everything Mr. Bruce said - you can use it right out of the can, sprays on really smooth, sands easily, it’s tough and it looks great. I’d say it’s the best that I’ve tried thus far. If it weren’t for the amber tint, I’d say it would win hands down. Here it is after 4 coats. Because of the tint, Minwax would probably be best over natural wood as opposed to solid colors. Thanks for all your input guys! I decided what I’m going to do is mask off the binding and leave it white. I’m not sure how I’m going to address the seam yet - I want the back to be glossy so I’ll probably put at least 8 - 10 coats. Then I’ll re-mask and hit the front and the binding with a few more coats of ProFinisher. I could pull the tape off the binding maybe halfway so it’ll get maybe 5 coats of Minwax. That would take the lip down a little bit and not darken the binding much. The body is pretty smooth, and I probably won’t have to do a ton of level sanding - besides, I’ve gotten really good at sanding the body and binding separately. Then I have to address the issue with the Minwax being more glossy than the ProFinisher. I may have to give the finished bass a coat of some third product to give it a clear coat.