What makes you think you need it? Got bad divots on the frets?
Compound radius is going to cost more, as there is more to it. That is, to level a compound radius neck you DO NOT use progressive radius blocks. You DO use a single narrow straight block, and keep it parallel to the strings. In other words... it does not just move up and down the length of the neck along its centerline, but along the centerline of each string instead. The leveling process on that, is gonna run you more.
Straight radius necks, are less.
If you need a level - make sure the fretboard is level first, or as level as it can be, then level the frets, then recrown and polish them. Think in terms of about three hours shop labor, at the going shop price... I cant see it running under $120, if the guitar-smith is decent. Hacks do cheaper work.
But again, why the level? Whats the underlying issue that a six month old neck needs a fret level? Do you play like... six hours a day every day?