I just finished my first two builds a couple of weeks ago - one a mod on a Mexican Tele and the second a pine tele from start to finish. I got neck, bodies, etc from Warmoth with the thought that a Warmoth body and Warmoth neck should fit together well with the least amount of trouble. But when I finished my start to finish tele the saddles had to be adjusted insanely high - like tilted back at 45deg high. Looking down the neck I could see there was no relief, so I figured I could just loosen the truss rod, give it some relief and lower the saddles. So I called Warmoth to confirm this would fix my problem, and I was a little surprised at the response. The guy on the phone basically said truss rod adjustment wouldn't fix it and that the neck should be shimmed. I also gathered from talking to him and searching the forum that this is a fairly common problem with Warmoth. To say the least after spending nearly $500 on a body and neck, to basically be told that they often don't fit together perfectly - even when both are Warmoth parts is pretty lame. I understand that some folks don't see shimming as an issue, but that's a lot of money to spend for parts that don't fit together all that well. To be fair, other than that the parts are of high quality and in the future if I do another build I will still consider buying from them. However, in the future I'll also fit the neck and body together, take some measurements and if they're not to my satisfaction, I'll send them back. That is if they'll let me. Warmoth makes high quality replacement parts and I liked ordering from them, but this issue with necks and bodies is pretty disappointing.