So I have materials to build at least 3 guitars right now, all from scratch. I'm thinking two strandberg-esque builds and a daemoness (see profile pic). I have enough wood for at least one more top out of either black walnut or flamed maple, so additional shape suggestions are welcomed. I've built 3 guitars already, but I've never done a neck. I plan on the strandbergs and daemoness being thru-neck (flamed maple) with black walnut laminates. I would like to try an endurneck on the strandbergs, almost seems easier than the usual radius. I have a very detailed CAD drawing of a fanned fret 7 string Boden that I'll be using. I'm still looking for plans for the daemoness (or just a standard superstrat shape). My questions are: 1. Is the endurneck very hard to build compared to a normal neck profile? I assume fanned frets aren't bad as long as you get the measurements right. 2. Anyone have a good 7-string superstrat plan? 3. Any cheap alternatives to strandberg's tuners? I think I can machine the headstock pieces. 4. Any experience using walnut as a neck wood? 5. Any suggestions at all on the builds, electronics, hardware, stains, clears. Thanks!