Hi all, I routed the TR channel (first time with it) and it turned out great! I'm absolutely stoked on it, and I just finished bandsawing out the final rough shape of the neck. But, of course, God (feel free to substitute your deity for "God") has thrown me a curveball. As some of you who live in or near the Sacramento area in Ca., up until about 4 days ago our weather has been obnoxiously nice. Unfortunately, the temp has shot up and it's gotten a touch humid. I'm doing all of my cutting, carving, etc. in my workshop/garage with lots of ventilation. Still, it gets pretty warm in there. I'm now a bit concerned that taking the neck blank from indoors out to the garage for a few hours and then bringing it back in might cause warpage, swelling, twisting, or what have you. It's wenge/purpleheart lam., and is still uniformly 1" thick (except for the headstock), so it's pretty sturdy. Still, I'd poop if it got ruined by the environmental shifts. I'm going from about 80 indoors to upper 90's outdoors. Is there a way to smooth out the transition? For instance, if working in the afternoon, should I leave the neck in the garage to slowly cool down as night comes on, and then bring it inside? Or, should I put off work for a few days until things cool down? Thanks!