Hi guys, A quick question if I may... I'm finalizing plans for my next build and would like some opinions on whether you think a Strat style or "normal" scarf jointed headstock would work better. The rough plans look like the below with obviously the scarf jointed option at the top. This is going to be a one piece (ie. not laminated) rosewood neck with a separate rosewood or cocobolo fingerboard. My concern with the Strat style headstock is what to do with the truss rod access. If I cut the channel normally, I'm presumably going to end up with a squarish access hole in the face where the "plug" usually goes - I'm concerned that this will look pretty ugly and there's not really any easy way to cover it. I could always put the truss rod access at the bottom of the neck but I do prefer to keep it at the top for ease of use. All my builds up to this point have been scarf jointed so I would like to try something different but I don't think I've ever seen a (non-Fender) 7 string build with this style of headstock. Is there a reason for that? Opinions?