Hey folks, I'm in a bit of a pickle with the neck on my SR5 as a result of dry heat in my house. My studio is upstairs so the heat is rising and the neck is moving ever so slightly, but as you know, once you have a bass set perfectly, any movement is too much. The SR5 has only been here since late summer so this is my first winter with the bass. We keep the temp around 69-70 degrees, but the dry air is having an effect. I can slightly feel the fret edges on the SR5 which is bothering me a bit. Should I keep the bass in a case? It hangs on a wall most of the time but I could keep it in a case if that helps. Should I add a humidifier to the room? I have a other basses but none have the SR5 finish so they tend to stay more stable regardless of the dry air. Any suggestions from you long-time SR owners is appreciated. Thanks.