I have an ESP George Lynch M-1 Tiger guitar. It's one of their higher end models and is a great guitar in every aspect...except that you have to remove the neck to adjust the truss rod. Why, oh why on earth do guitar companies do this - it's not the first one I've seen but usually they're on cheap guitars, not high end models like this one. What purpose could it possibly serve to not have a notch where the neck meets the body so you can access the truss rod with a screwdriver (and to add insult to injury, you can see half the screw, just teasing you enough to know if they'd just cut out a tiny more piece of wood...). I've never removed or re-attached a neck before and am concerned I wouldn't get the angle right, or wouldn't fit it snugly enough or overdo it, etc... I just don't understand the mindset here at all. Guitar has no relief right now and not alot of sustain. Uggghhhh!