I've got a Steinbeger XM that I just recently installed a Moses fretless neck on. Turns out that the Moses is a bit too thing for my tastes; it was a risk ordering it, but I figured I might get used to it. Well, I am addicted to thick necks, and this isn't nearly as thick as the old Steinbergers. Question is, how plausable is it to replace the old phenolic fretboard with a fretless one? I don't suppse you can just steam graphite off. The other issue is that the Steinbergers have no truss rod, and have a set relief. For fretless, I would want the board to be dead straight. Think this might be possible for one of the graphite guys out there to do?