I think this model is no longer on offer from the mouthpiece guys ( possibly because Morgan acquired the original molds from M C Gregory, and I think plan on offering new production from them). At any rate, I got one used recently, and thought I’d offer a review. I should preface this by saying I used to own an actual M C Gregory mouthpiece, the same model Desmond played. The one I had was quite stuffy and while I can do a half assed Desmond impersonation, I never enjoyed the way I sounded on the actual Gregory I had. The Take Five is an entirely different animal however. While one can do a fair Desmond imitation on it (if you never heard him live, you’d be shocked at how big his alto sound actually was), it is capable of a goodly variety of colors as well. Far from being a one trick pony. This piece is really flexible, projects well, is reed friendly and is a great be bop piece. It is a bit darker than their NYC Meyer copy, but fully capable of holding its own in any straight ahead Jazz context. If you see one in the used market, pick it up, I think you’ll enjoy it as I do.