In case I wasn’t direct or specific enough before, I’m truly grateful for your knowledge and expertise and yes, THANK YOU very much for your assistance. I can imagine that others have taken advantage in the past, but I find myself on the bleeding edge of a learning curve, and for months I’ve been switching back and forth between working things out (by T & E) in my project, and looking through assorted and often random tutorials which may address my technical questions. That has resulted in a lot of wasted time. That you would lend a helping hand is a wonderful thing and I aspire to one day become as knowledgeable as you are, and return the favor to others in need. By the way, this is just my first neck project, and I need to learn this stuff so I can do necks (and bodies) in many styles and dimensions, as a prerequisite to making my new invention available to the fretted instrument market. As such, I would certainly be willing to pay you to help me not waste so damn much time looking for solutions that are easy for others, but difficult for me. If that is of interest to you let me know, otherwise please know that I’m grateful for your help regardless. Either way, have a great Thanksgiving - I’ll spend most of mine rebuilding curves and surfaces!