Most (or all) of us know about the rolled edges on a Fender Strat vs. the sharper edges on a Squier and things of that nature, but really, down to the nuts and bolts, what are some of the differences in neck construction going to be between a lowly Starcaster or Bullet neck, a Classic Vibe, an MIM, and an American, other than the finishing and attention? Will the wood be better? How will it be better? Are they actually more pieces or some such, like bodies? Will the frets be made with better metal, as in Bullet frets melt like cotton candy, while Fender frets don't? Will the cheaper neck be physically more prone to warpage, fret sprout, bowing, etc.? Bottom line: with the right level, crown, and polish, hardware upgrade (nut, tuners), rounding the edges, maintenance, etc., will an Affinity neck still be inferior to a CV, MIM, or American neck? How? I thought this might bring forth some interesting knowledge that I can conveniently use. Thanks a ton!