OK, so some of you saw my new Strangeberger that I just had a fretted Moses neck installed on. Installing this thing was really difficult, which was strange because the fretless neck went in so easy. The new fretted neck sat so high in the pocket that the bridge actually had to be shimmed to allow string clearance above the frets. I was very confused about this, and after I got both of the instruments home and took them both apart to see where the discrepency was. Turn out all the original body routes are of very close tolerances, and both bodies are almost identical. I start measuring out the necks, and lo and behold! The fretted Moses neck heel is almost 1/8" thicker than the fretless! I've already spent $140 getting the graphite neck installed (which requires a drill press, which I don't have), and now I've discovered that in order to make this new neck seat right I have to route out the neck pocket on one of my basses! I don't have a router, so I have to pay out some more cash for that. Grr... This was supposed to be a direct replacement neck. For two graphite necks to be 1/8" off from each other is unnacceptable. Now, what to do? Call up Moses and complain and have them send me a new neck? I've already had the neck for 3 weeks, all of which time it was sitting in the shop. I've barely played it but two days. Get Moses to reimburse some of the cash I've invested into getting their neck to fit? Or just suck it up and dig into the neck pocket on the bass and pay out even more cash? Man, I've not had much luck with Moses. They are nice necks, sound good, and feel good - but their customer service absolutely sucks, and now I've got a neck that is vastly different than what I percieve it should be. Thoughts?