Hey all, A few months ago I purchased a new neck for my Squier P-Bass. The original bass had 20 frets, and the neck I bought had 21 frets, which I didn't have an opinion about either way, especially not for the price I paid for the neck. I've installed the neck and it's been an improvement over that of the Squier's old one (which I think was bowed), however, lately I'm really not digging the extra 21 fret overhang because I feel like I have to stretch a bit more to play the thing. The neck's of decent quality, the fret ends could use some work but there's no problem with the actual wood or fret spacing. I'd like to chop off that last fret and re-mount the neck to my bass as a standard 20 fret neck. There seems to be ample room on the heel of the neck to move it back a bit, and I have room on my bridge to move the saddles back for proper intonation, but I'm wondering if having 2 sets of 4 holes for mounting screws to the body will cause any issues? Will the neck be less strong considering I'll have mounting screw holes (from prior installation, at 21 frets, and adjusted installation at 20 frets) pretty close together and will I have issues re-mounting the neck?