so i have a 96 MIM strat. 3TSB with a rosewood fretboard. it was my first real guitar. it's not ever on the table for sale. problem is, i don't really play it. i'm not really a strat guy. but i do like to pull it out for the neck pickup once in a while. or wacky divebomb stuff. i've upgraded the trem block, replaced the saddles, put in a three way switch, put in a PTB tone system, shielded my cavities, deglossed the neck. these are all mods that aren't too crazy that definitely made the guitar better in my eyes. the real problem here is that i really dislike the neck. it's just so damn thin. thinner than any MIM in the last 15 years. so i'm toying with the idea of buying a fatter MIM standard rosewood neck from the last ten years. i'd keep the old neck around in storage. i'm also not entirely keen on 3TSB so i'm also flirting with the idea of getting it refin'd in walnut/oil finish for the wood feel. should i keep it as is? swap the neck? is a refin too far? i don't know whether to keep it intact as a reminder of my childhood or to actually change it into a more viable member of my stable that i'd be willing to use more often.