I just placed my order for a neck and P body from USACG; roasted quartersawn maple neck with an ebony freatboard, and a roasted swampash body. I went with quartersawn because I want a STRONG neck. My roadworn Jazz bass has a week neck (trus rod almost maxed out with TI Jazz rounds). I would like to be able to put any string my heart desires on this P bass. So I went with quartersawn because I know it’s a bit stronger and less prone to bending with the string tension. But I don’t really love the way quartersawn looks. I’d prefer a flat sawn. Considering USACG uses graphite rods and the roasted maple is a bit stiffer, I’m wondering if I’d be fine to call them on Monday morning and switch it over to a flatsawn roasted neck. Any thoughts from the crowd?