Hello all, I'm a relatively new owner of a fantastic Wildwood Dealer Select 51 Nocaster as shown here... http://www.tdpri.com/forum/fender-c...ealer-select-wildwood-10-51-nocaster-nos.html I got my first paint chip in the most inconscpicuous of places, right in the bottom bout of the neck pocket. I really wish I had just gotten a relic instead of an NOS (because I wanted to do my own relicing). How ironic! I can be so dumb sometimes. It started out like this: I really have no idea how it came about. Maybe it's because the neck pocket is so damn tight I can't even fit a thin piece of paper inside. I must have brushed against it with my fingernails and it must have crumbled off. The logical part of me says I'm pretty nuts to go ballistic over this. I even have a Gibson ES that has a bunch of wear marks and buckle rashes and checking, and I don't give a crap but this! Out of all guitars this freaking tele has me by the balls. How could this be?! To be fair in the few weeks that I've had my nocaster, I've put in some honest wear and sweat that I don't mind, but this chip for some reason this chip bugs me to no end. It's like a symbol of my stupidity. Fix or nay? I'll let your votes decide...If I fix, will it be worse than before?