I'm being a little anal retentive in my book, which can be an issue from time to time - lol. But I would greatly appreciate any input or opinions, on this geetar matter, not my being anal - lol. As one can see, the problem besides buying a cheap neck, and I do know better, especially with necks, but felt the need to take a dip into Bargain Lake one last time. Anyway, as can clearly be seen the headstock slanted from the plane of the neck a couple of degrees. Can't really tell if this was a cutting mistake OR it's warped at that slant. NOTE: The fingerboard portion of the neck is perfectly straight. What I know: Break angle from back of nut will be a bit sharper to the tuners. What I Don't Know: Maybe over time with string tension it straightens out? Or doesn’t? Or worse case scenario, though I can not see how, could this ultimately mess with the straightness of neck over time?