Sorry if I'm intruding because I'm not a "Small Company Builder" but I figured it would be best to ask the people posting in this part of the forum. What is the procedure for getting a neck to sit perfectly in the pocket of a body. I know it can be as simple as putting it in and screwing the pieces together but I want to know what a real builder would do to make sure the match is perfect. Like for instance if you were doing a high quality build for a customer, what would the procedure be. I was recently watching a video of Fender Custom Shop builder Yuriy Shishkov and I was reminded that these guys don't just find bodies and neck and slap them together. They pay fine attention to all the detail. So what details are they looking at when fitting a neck with a body. The reason I'm asking is because I'm thinking about getting a replacement neck for my strat and I want to know all the details that are involved in getting it to sit perfectly. Thanks to anyone who can help. PEACE.