I know this has been discussed before but I'm 55 years old and sifting through the SX megathreads could possibly take the rest of my life! I'm helping my long time friends with a project. I play in a band with him (keys) and his wife (sings). Twentyfive years ago she decided to play bass, so he got her an early seventies Jazz with maple board and black blocks. Well, the neck always had problems. It had a slight twist and bow in it and the truss rod was frozen. The bass never did play well despite me doing everything I could to help it. She eventually stopped playing so it's been sitting up for a few years. Hurricane Katrina came along and their house was flooded with salt water and all kinds of gunk.The bass, unfortuately was in it. So now she wants to start back playing a little and has turned to me to help get the bass in playing shape, and wants to change to a rosewood board. The only dilemma is what to do about the neck without spending an arm and a leg. My opinion would ideally be to find a used Highway 1 (One) neck that would bolt right on. In the recent past, I've seen some here in classifieds, but you know there aint one around when you need it! Here's the SX I'm thinking of. http://www.rondomusic.com/sjb75rctneck.html I think I've read that an SX would work with a little modification but can't remember if it's slimmer or wider at the pocket than a stock Fender. Any Ideas?