I just think this whole neck switch thing plays into the obsessive/compulsiveness of GAS; and folks are wasting a lot of time and money searching for some ideal combo. Now I do have a horn where I switched the neck. It's a 1928 Buescher True Tone. I'd read that later Aristocrat necks clean up intonation at certain documented trouble spots; and lo and behold, it did. Now this is an old horn that truly did benefit from the updated neck, but we're now talking about horns still on the market. Furthermore, but for those wishing a better neck angle, the discussion these days isn't about whether or not a replacement neck is going to fix specific, objective issues... but how it's going to feel or blow; thin, thick, fat, free, resistant, what have you... Mostly all subjective stuff that's going to vary from player to player. Here's a case now... and I'm sorry Boontigula... where the horn hasn't even been played yet, and there's already a plan to go neck shopping. Now of course, I'm sure there's a better neck out there for each and every horn made... but you just have to ask yourself, why are you looking for it? At some point these quests have to become counter-productive.