Just traded for this bass (I gave him MIM P deluxe, he gave me a '08 white MIM Jazz + cash). Just took the Jazz to my tech & he told me the neck is not in great shape (has a li'l bow to it). He's going to do his best with it, but says it'll probably never be perfect (and he really knows his stuff, been doing tech work forever & I trust him completely). So, here's my conundrum. What should I do? I was thinking of giving this one a real 70's look (rosewood fingerboard with the white pearloid block inlays, tortoise shell pickguard, chrome bridge cover, vintage pickups, etc.). So, do I: 1) look for a replacement neck? If I do that, do I wait til I find a Fender J neck on TB or eBay, or do I order one from Warmoth, etc.? Then do all the other mods to make it more like a 70's Jazz? or 2) be patient, hold onto the MIM for awhile, save some cash up & sell MIM towards buying a "new" 70's Jazz (I do love the look of the sunburst one in particular)? Are the new 70's Jazz basses worth the extra wait & money? or 3) other suggestion from a TB'er? So TB'ers, give me your thoughts please.