I have an early 80's Washburn G-23V solidbody electric with a 24 fret, set neck. The fretboard is some kind of phenolic resin, or plastic. I believe, that in Washburn catalogs it was referred to as "carbonite." Anyways, I LOVE the guitar, but the middle frets are pretty flat, and measure about 0.032" and the first few frets have some pretty good divots in them. I am thinking about having it refretted with jumbos - like 6100 or 6105. Does this kind of board present any kind of special problems? Should I look for someone with experience on this type of board, or does it fret like a normal maple or rosewood one? Also, at the fret height above, can I get maybe one more level and crown? Ideally, I like to ship it to someone like Phil at Philtone for the royal treatment - stainless frets, PLEK job, the masters touch, etc.... But want to get some info about it first.