my pickup routings are a bit messy... the router attachment that follows the template broke off, so my DT (is it called "shop" over there?) teacher said he'd better'd do the routings, and he'd try it by eye. the bridge pickup routing isn't too bad, its barely noticable to be off when the pickup is in... but the neck pickup is a little big in parts, and rough and even... what do you suggest I do? My first thought was to have a scratchplate, but we're not talking big distances overshot, and its not worth getting a scratchplate in to cover it. There is however something i want to do about it. Half of me wants to just finish filing the cavities straight, to the point of the widest cuts in the cavity, which would mean widening the cavity even more, but having straight edges. Half of me however is wondering if there is a better way at all? any suggestions welcome. thanks for your time! at the end of the day, its cosmetic, so it doesn't annoy me too much, but i don't want to do anything before finding out if there's anything else I can do.