Hello, Would anyone happen to have any tips on how to make sure that the neck pocket isn't crooked when you route? Backstory: My buddy and I have been working on building our first guitar body. We bought decent wood but we wanted to practice on a blank I made by gluing together two pieces of 3/4" plywood. We are almost finished with that body after a couple of mistakes we have had to fix, and we are starting the "real" build. I feel confident about everything we have done to the practice body, except for routing the neck pocket. We are making a custom shape guitar that is basically a modified tele body. I accomplished the shape by taking the Tdowns tele printout and tracing it onto a piece of plywood. I copied the center line from the printout onto the wood and then I adjusted the body proportions to my liking (smaller lower horn, slightly skinnier waist). I bought a neck routing template and made a center line down the middle of it. After lining up the center line of the body and the template, we routed the neck pocket on the ply body. The fit was nice and tight, but with a tiny bit of room. The fit seemed perfect.....however when I looked down the guitar, it seemed like the neck was not sitting straight. I look down the body with the neck on and it seems like it is ever so slightly veering towards the lower horn. I don't know how this happened, but I want to find out if there is anything additional I can do on the "real" build to prevent this from happening as we are going to route the neck pocket this next Tuesday. The photos are the ply body, the template I have and the neck in the pocket. Any help is appreciated.