I have a StewMac curly maple neck blank (30") that I want to use for a guitar I'm building right now... However, I noticed that it has a considerable bow to it. After doing some research, it appears it's not the best idea to try and force the wood into position either by wetting it and pressing or just pressing alone. I will attach some pictures below to show how much warp I'm talking about. I think I might be able to get by with just using the truss-rod to bend it into position. And position the neck so the strings are pulling against the bow. This is my first time buying curly maple for a neck and I do realize that curly maple isn't very stable and it might move a bit, I just don't know what's acceptable for a neck. Thanks for the help!