I've been looking at template bits...and the only ones I can find locally have bits that are about 1/2" long and 1" long. What size template bits do you guys use for the neck pocket, pickup routing and control cavity (rear routed)? Also, it appears that the collar on those bits are wider than the actual cutting part of the bit. Are templates a bit wider than the area being routed to compensate for that? Or is it just an optical illusion and the collars are the same width as the cutting part of the bit? Let's say I was going to route out the pickup area for my P-Bass pickups. Could I make a template by tracing the actual cutout of my pickguard (for my new rear routed body without a pickguard)? Or does the template need to be a bit bigger all the way around? I'll be practicing on some scrap woods to be sure my templates (that I haven't made yet) work, but I wanted some input before I buy any router bits. The shorter template bit seems fine for doing the neck pocket (which on my current P-Bass is only about 1/2" deep). But the rear routed control cavity is much deeper and I don't know if that same 1/2" deep bit can be lowered enough to route that part out. I've done a search, but found nothing of any real help on this. Thanks.