So for the past few years, I've been really looking into Graphite and CF guitars as an option.. The benefits of a guitar that never bows or warps is so appealing, especially considering I live on the east coast and have had warpage problems in the past (when I lived in Nova Scotia, which was like 20 min walk away from the harbour/Atlantic Ocean, was not a fun place for guitars! I do plan on moving back there in afew years) Graphite instruments just seem the most stable, consistent and durable, all qualities I really want in a guitar.. Of course, the cost of such an instrument is insanely high and rare, as even just a Moses neck with stainless steel frets is in the realm of $550-600, while a comparative Warmoth neck is $200. Although; for a maple-fretboard-enthusiast like myself, I do feel like I sacrifice a bit of feel for that benefit of strength.. Anyways, I began thinking about this a bit harder, and when it comes to cost and feel (being broke and pickier than ever) maybe I should just stick with maple necks and try to maintain them better (ie not leaving them on a guitar stand/outside of their case unless playing, routine-weekly checkups on the neck) .. I also thought about getting some stability strips of wood to make a neck stronger and resist warpage, such as Wenge stripes down the back of the neck.. One thing that I've been wondering though.. What about if I ever got on like a cruiseship gig that travelled in the tropical areas; I assume that is where a graphite/CF guitar would REALLY benefit.. Anyone perform gigs around that area (Brazil, Dominican, maybe even lower Florida, etc) have any issues with guitar stability? So, anyone else living in a very humid location have any issues with their guitars enough to make you consider other options?? Have any "tricks" to keeping your guitars stable??