Almost the weather to start using the garage again so started designing my guitar build this year. First attempt as a body in 22yrs, and first attempt at a neck which for this build will be glued-in. I'm thinking of keeping the neck straight, no break-angle to keep it easier. But, before I make that decision... is there an advantage to having a break-angle? or is it mostly for guitars with Les Paul style bridges on them so the neck doesn't have to sit way up? Design idea will be a flat top, not arched like a Les Paul, but will use the same basic specs as a Les Paul (neck profile, fretboard radius, scale, etc). Bridge wise... I'm on the fence between a TOM/Tail or maybe something like those Schaller Hannes bridges. Probably will go solid bridge, no trem, since honestly very rare I use it. I have a Strat if I need one. Stick with straight?