Ok, I messed up & I'm not quite sure what to do about it. I was installing the tuning machines, on my brand new USACG neck, which came out lovely, BTW. Measured, aligned, looking good, finger tightend the bushings, & drilled out some pilot holes for the locking peg screws... One by one, I'm hand tightening the screws, & when I get to the last one, the unthinkable occurs. The head snaps off the screw, just millimeters above the surface of the wood. I removed the tuning machine to try & grip the remains of the screw w/ some needle nose pliers, to remove it. Insufficent grip, the pliers kept slipping off. So, I tried to drill it out, progress is painfully slow, & the drill bit keeps slipping off. So, in re-installed the tuner, hoping to be able to use its hole as a guide to keep the drill bit in position. I bailed on this, as i began to worry about damage to the tuner. SO, the remains of the screw is still in the neck. Just enough of it is sticking out, to keep the tuner in position. BUT, its not locked down. What're my options? I have only hand tools, so I'm thinking I need to take it to a luthier, so he can use a drill press to bore it out, & plug the hole. Or, is it ok to leave as is? Any/All input will be greatly appreciated. BTW, the neck install came out GREAT!