I picked up a Squier Classic Vibe Custom Tele last weekend and it came with a black scratchplate fitted, which I didn't like, so I bought an aftermarket scratchplate in "light mint green"; there was only one seller I could find that had this colour, which is closest to the one that would have been on there originally. The scratchplate was listed as a direct replacement for MIM and MIA Teles, and I know from experience that MIM/MIA plates will drop straight in to a Classic Vibe, or so I thought. Only two holes lined up, and the rest required filling and re-drilling. Once it was in place though, I noticed that there was a slight gap on the treble side of the heel of the neck, both at the "butt" and to the right of the high E side if you look at it face on. I'll try and get a picture uploaded later once I'm home to show what I mean. My question is this: does your Tele scratchplate have a gap around the neck, or is it a nice snug fit? The is maybe only a mm or so, but stuff like that annoys me. It's flush on the bass side, so it looks like the cut out for the neck is squint. I've removed the plastic film, but is it worth returning for a replacement?