Hi all, so I just made this partscaster.. https://www.tdpri.com/threads/birthday-ngd-p90-partscaster-tele-content.965667/ I set it up and its been almost 3 and a half weeks since, and I just put it through its paces yesterday in a gig I had.. This guitar is seriously challenging my AVRI62, for the number 1 position.. the stock Squier P90's sounds soo good, clean and driven and everything in between.. might put a treble bleed in the future but its okay as is for now.. my 62 sounds so teeny weeny compared to the growl and presence of these P90's, but still the 62 reins supreme in my heart as it is my grail.. so the question is, does this look normal? from what I can see, is the neck is angled a bit forward (towards the bridge).. I'm not sure if the pickguard is warped or something, (I will take it off on the next string change) but it certainly looks like it.. This is my action at 12th fret.. and it jumps when I check my action on the last fret.. I am under the impression that the height should stay the same at any fret? is this normal geometry? 12th fret last fret While I know these Squier bodies are CNC'ed, there may be some degree of tolerances on quality control and the neck pocket might have been sanded with an angle so its not flat.. but still, on certain angles it looks okay.. The rosewood neck is FAT.. so it definitely sits higher on the neck pocket, so Im also considering that the fatness of the neck is exaggerating the neck angle to the point that it looks like the neck is on an angle.. I like a straight neck and using the string as a straight edge, i barely have relief but thats just me, and this action is very comfortable for me when Im digging in, and I have a heavy hand.. I dont use higher frets so much, but whenever I do, its okay, its nothing that hinders my playing, but its just the sight that bothers me.. EDIT: Should I sand the neck pocket? Shim (stewmac shims)?