This is my 2002 Fender seventies reissue Strat "Debbie" which I really love for how she plays and how she looks. Her neck in particular is exquisite. But as is the case for many of the ash body strats I played, she has a big dose of ice pick to her sound, so I'm tempted to switch her body in favor of an alder body which would give her some more bottom. The candidate for this conversion would be THIS body. Which from what I found out is very likely a Japanese JV series 57 reissue body, the marking in the neck pocket hinting it was made in 1982. For those who wonder what the deal is with the lightning bolt below the bridge and the lines running down: the body was cracked and the intention of the original owner was to rout it out and inlay a piece of wood on there but never got around to do it. This picture shows the crack to good effect, the dot next to the strap button is a long dowel I drove in there to reinforce the joint after I glued it shut. The Dowel runs sideways all the way to the output, that crack will NEVER cause any grief. So what is my issue of marrying that body to the neck and hardware of my Debbie? Fitting that body would mean that I had to convert it to the three bolt neck fitting, which means filling the bolt positions and re drilling them and routing out a place for the micro tilt to fit. The second option is to drill the neck for four bolts but I'm hesitant to do so because if I decide to sell my Debbie on, I want her to be in undamaged condition and when somebody takes the neck off, they'll see that I haven't tampered with it. So what should I do here?