Now that my first build (Tele style) is 99% complete, I'm keen to start planning a next one. Something different I'm thinking maybe a Gibson Firebird kinda thing with a twist. A typical Firebird (reverse)... I'm thinking Through Neck, BUT using a Fender style reverse headstock So 25.5" scale not 24 odd inches , no angled headstock, but straight Fender style, truss rod headstock adjust. 1) If I'm using Strat or Tele type bridge, I can't see a reason to angle the neck to the body (standard the Firebird runs a 3deg angle), only if I use a higher bridge like a Tune-o-matic, correct? 2) With the 25.5" scale length, my neck will just be slightly longer (protruding from the body). If I move the bridge further back, I'll need to run the fretboard further over the body, which might make access to the upper frets more difficult, or could I do this instead of a longer protruding neck? 3) Are the tuner holes positioned in the same place with a reverse headstock, but just with the low E furtherest and high e closest? In other words just mirroring a standard right hand headstock? 4) Any special construction constraints when building a through neck vs bolt-on neck to consider?