I did the initial routing/cleaning of the neck pocket for a 5string I'm working on. When I sawed the body I accidently cut straight through a 'lip' I had intentionally left that would provide another 1.5 inches of pocket depth. If you've ever seen the back of an Ibanez BTB body/neck pocket you will know what I mean. The pocket is ~ 3.25" - 3.5" deep. The scale length is ~ 34". The body is poplar (which feels a tad soft), neck is mahogany. I also have a 1/4" layer of mahogany laminated underneath/below the poplar. Is this going to be a problem when the strings/tension is applied to the neck joint? In addition to bolting on, should I also glue in the neck (a la a set-neck) to ensure that the bolts don't tear out? Aieee?