Hey y'all: Longtime member but haven't posted much in quite awhile! Now I need advice! I've owned my Classic Vibe 50's tele for ten years and the frets are really showing signs of wear. I understand the fret wire used on these guitars is notoriously soft. I love the guitar and find the neck more than adequate, but I've never been in love with how it feels. It's . . . fine. Whereas my old 2002 American Series tele's neck was absolutely perfect. However, this neck is definitely part of the guitar and I would a little bittersweet about replacing it. So now that I have to do something about these frets, it looks like I have a few options. Should I . . . 1. Invest in some tools and try to learn to work on the frets myself? I'm sort of handy . . . 2. Pay my local tech $120 for a fret job (level, crown, dress) and hope to get more life out of this neck. 3. Buy a new neck with my preferred specs ($$$). 3b. Sell the old neck (disclosing the fret wear, of course) to offset the cost? Or keep it? Or . . . ? What says the forum? Any of y'all made a similar decision with a Classic Vibe? Thanks!