A couple of pics of the W&T i got back at the end of June. It went to Norio Imai's shop in NYC for a setup, and is simply amazing; best bass I've ever held nevermind owned. I took a few shots of it with my other main 5, the BB75, which is also an outstanding bass.
You can tell the W&T has an inch on the Carvin in the scale department, with the Carvin coming in at 34" and the Chronos at 35"
A closer look at the two bodies, though the high gloss of the BB75 makes it a bit tough to make out the grain in the alder. The Chronos has an Indian Apple top with an ebony accent layer and alder body
The Chronos' headstock and brass nut
Their backsides You can see the maple/ash/maple neckthrough on the Chronos, the purpleheart tone block and ebony accents. The cavity cover is held on with three tiny magnets, which I think is cool. 1 piece oiled maple neck on the Bunny, and alder wings.
A closeup of the Chronos' back
The gorgeous lines of the Chronos, showing the spectacular woodwork. She's got a thin satin finish and feels and plays like a dream.