I've got two Steinberger XMs, and I want a fretless neck for one of them. I contact Moses, to find out how close their Steinberger replacement neck is to the original profile. Well, their's is slimmer than the original Steinbergers, which I am not too cool with as I am very particular about my necks and like the shape of the thicker Steinbergers, thank you very much. So now I am in a quandry: suck it up and just deal with a skinnier neck? Yank the frets out of my existing neck? I really HATE skinny necks, and the Steinbergers are perfect for my hands, despite Moses' assurance that "it's a very comfortable neck" (which has never been a good way to describe a neck, BTW). Keep in mind that a slimmer neck plus not having frets will make it feel even skinnier. I don't want to deal with that. I don't want to take the frets out of my original Steinberger either - graphite chips easily, plus it will leave lines that I don't want either. Not to mention that the original Steinberger necks can be valuable, and I was going to sell the original to put the Moses on. Moses says they can't custom make one like my old one; they can't change the mold. Does anybody else out there offer replacement graphite necks that might be willing to make one for me just like my old one? This could really suck if my master plan is ruined over a 1/4-1/2 of an inch.