As some may recall I currently have a Spector Euro 5 neck through that I broke the truss rod in and as things went from bad to worse I now have a valueless, (mostly) finished stripped piece of wood with no fretboard or truss rod. For a long time I have mulled many options, none of which I have been really motivated to execute. One of the more ambitious options was to install a bolt on Spector neck. Well, I finally found a nice used fretless neck, most likely from a Spector Legend 5 series which looked to be a pretty decent match to what I was to accomplish. This will now require me to lop off the current neck and route a new neck pocket in the body. I did this one time a long, long time ago with decent results and l'm pretty good with tools (at least enough so to get me in the mess I am now...) and I guess over the next few weeks, as time and motivation allow, I'll see about making this happen. But what I'd love is some feedback, tips and tricks from those who have done this sort of thing. I know I need to be very careful about measurements in three areas: depth, side to side and placement for proper 35" scale length. I think I will need to create a routing template first and make a test cut for general fit. Thinking with some micro adjustability to fine tune for width and angle. The biggest worry is that because you really only get one good shot at this I should think through as many details and pitfalls as possible. I look forward to any input you may have.