(BTW...Grassi 2000's are excellent saxes. In every way. I have refurbed a half-dozen of them (not to mention another 20 other Grassi models), - nothing mediocre about either mechanics, action, build, blowing response, or tone of a model 2000 in good tack.
The key guards are too small across the top, the pillar fitting is often sketchy, acid bleed is common, toneholes come with lovely burrs (and aren't level), point screws have an ineffectual taper - so act like parallel ones, octave mech's basic, top stack all on a single rod.
Bell brace is meaty and the rounded key cups give it a nice look (and the keys are very tough).
But excellent? Not in my book. YMMV etc.