I'm thinking about getting a Warmoth Jazz neck for a MIM Fender body that I'm purchasing. Maple/rosewood w/blocks and binding shown in their showcase. I have a few questions for those who have one. I did the search thingy, and found alot of interesting things, like the warmoth is a little chunkier than a Fender neck (which to me is good), and a little heaver (doesn't matter). I also looked at USCG necks, but I like the '70's bound and blocked look, and USCG doesn't offer that. One thing that I'm concerned with is the truss rod adjustment at the heel instead of the headstock. With the fingerboard overhang this will make it impossible to ajust the neck without removing it. Now I'm thinking that because of Warmoths dual steel stiffening rods in the neck, adjustments would need to be made less often, maybe only when changing string guages, seasonal changes etc.. You owners find that this is the case? Is this a "pain in the azz" factor that outweighs the positives of the neck? Stories, I need stories and experiences from you Warmoth jazz neck owners out there. Also did you finish it yourself? I'm leaning towards doing it myself, the guy I talked to at Warmoth recommeded Guitar Reranch (who I already researched) for clear nitrocellulous and neck amber tint. Good step by step instructions on their site. Any tips/warnings about do it yourself finishing? Thanks in advance, people.