My goal last night was to get the front routed. I started off by making sure the neck fit the PG. It only took a bit of sanding to pop it right in.
Then I marked the center of the PG. I used calipers and a straight line on another piece of wood to do this. I measure the width of the HB route, halve that and slide the PG side to side until I have equal spacing either side of the line, front to back of the route. It's a quick, accurate way to find the center of an oddly shaped object.
Then, with the back of the neck pocket marked at 3:, I set everything in place. The neck and PG had to be adjusted a bit after this pic but I got it dialed in. Then I traced the HB route onto the top.
Using a HB route from another template I lined it up and centered it.
After the first pass with the router, I checked to make sure it all lined up. Good to go. Then, using the first few passes as my template, I took it to just over .75".
Then it was just a matter of using the regular Strat template to route everything else to depth.