It's no secret many folks around here are all into guitar DIY, not to speak some of the craziest projects I've seen were from fellow Squier lovers. So, would you like to share some of the cool ideas you're yet to attempt? This could be an interesting opportunity to share (and, perhaps, receive) new ideas and advice, too. From my side, I've been looking for an opportunity to attempt a Tru-Oil finish on a neck for about two years. I currently know of a local store that sells it and so I'd just need a good platform for a first try (that friend whose Silvertone got the stock electronics from my SE transplanted into has been telling me about the idea of repainting it in the Summer, so that could be a good opportunity) and, if it goes well, repeat the process in my SE. Speaking of butchering necks, I've been curious about scalloped fretboards ever since I've first heard about Steve Vai's JEM - could I find a cheapo guitar (even better if reminiscent of Malmsteen's Strat) and I'd attempt to do such thing, only to get a feel of it. Something which I know many of you have done already would be to build my own guitar... or the body to begin with, at least. While this wouldn't technically count, my father-in-law has recently built a cedar body for his old bass, and given he can basically access these woods and machinery from his job, depending of his availability, I've been considering to ask him to route a body for me if (more like when) I find an interesting neck selling for cheap (or a cheap guitar with a fooked up body) and I'd take care of the contouring, sanding and finishing of it, as well as putting the whole thing together - may be certainly a fun project to attempt!