I may cross post this on the Setup forum, but I figured you wood-workers might have some interesting thoughts. I have an early 80's MIM Jazz that's got an awesome neck - but the neck route on the body has way too much sideways slop. I've tried to use a shim, but the bottom side of the cavity (the short side) doesn't have enough stock to let me shim comfortably. Still, I'd like to try and shore up the neck route without swapping out the body - so what's my best option? I was contemplating routing out the body to the pickup cavity, re-blocking and then re-routing the neck slot. But I want to get some opinions first (maybe an easier fix?) Thanks in advance!