Howdies. I am expecting a USACG neck today or tomorrow (hoorah...) and have been going through the usual agony over the decisions that follow, specifically the finish. I have a can of Minwax "Tung Oil Finish" in front of me - this was my original plan, as a rubbed on/off oil seems less likely to gum up frets, and spraying nitro will be tricky in my situation. I have been reading online how this is not TRUE Tung Oil, contains no real Tung Oil, is really boiled linseed oil mixed with polyurethane, etc.. Minwax lists zero ingredients and apparently speculation is rampant and perhaps a touch cynical. So after spending several hours trying to find some real answers via Google, I ended up calling the number on the can. The nice lady politely informed me that this product is 50% *real* Tung Oil, the other half being "other oils and solvents," and that it contains zero polyurethane. Also, despite the "non photochemically reactive" note on the can, she said that it will amber over time. Good news to me. Thought I would share and try to inject what I hope are some facts into what seems to be an ongoing debate. Also, this is my first finishing job and would love any comments, or tips. Strongly considering trying to do re-ranch, since I was also really hoping to do an as-accurate-as-possible vintage repro, but I just think I have a better shot at pulling off a good finish with this stuff. Cheers!