Hey, I have a late 1980's wilfer. Its seen better days. The neck was cracked and broken before i owned it and was repaired seemingly well, (structure wise) and pretty ugly in terms of cosmetics. About a two years ago i noticed a gap between the fingerboard and neck, i took it to the luthier and he said if it grows we could take care of it, if not it should be fine. last year i noticed it had moved an inch or so down.wider. I took it in and had it fixed, and i was offered two ways of repairing it. 1) take the fingerboad off, clean out the old glue, and re-glue and clamp. 2) the much more expensive way, would be to replane both pieces and clamp and glue. i opted for the cheap route and now the gap is back and even worse, 6 months or so after having it repaired. Should i consider a new neck altogether, or just get it fixed the right way?? please help?