I am a huge fan of rolling fingerboard edges. All my electric guitars except for a limited edition Gibson Les Paul have had the fingerboard edges relieved. It's not only more comfortable over all but seems to make the instruments more ergonomic and easier to play (at least for me). The neck is wide as it is, so a bit of relief on the edges I'm sure would improve the feel. I'd love to do this on my new Ibanez BTB but it's got a maple fingerboard and I don't know how the neck was finished. Rosewood is easy because it's unfinished and you can just compress the edges or even sand them and it'd done. Maple is tricky because you don't want to sand away the finish, but if you compress the edges you run the risk of cracking any finish that is on the neck. Does anyone know what type of finish Ibanez puts on this maple neck? Will the finish crack if compressed (crushed)? Any thoughts?