Thanks for the input on that. Although I love my router table for some tasks, sometimes when I use it I feel like I'm on the brink of some major disaster! I've ordered a Robo-Sander from StewMac (essentially a sanding drum for your drill press, with a template bearing on the bottom). Too bad you can't easily do template sanding with an oscillating spindle sander. I can't imagine that I'll make the neck TOO rigid, although I'm almost hoping to! The CF bars are thinner than pencils. And the Richlite fingerboard, while super hard, is not as ridgid as something like ebony. The last guitar I built (the one I mentioned at the top) has a very rigid through-neck. When installed the frets, I accidentally gave it a little back-bow, so when stringed with a set of 10's, I actually have to use the double action on the truss rod to give it some relief. I don't imagine that this neck, even with CF, will be that rigid.