That's an oddly vehement post for a noob. You can get a 9.5 radius on the vintage modern neck, btw, in fact you can get a non-compound radius of any type on the warmoth pro and the vintage modern. Shall I quote the myopic ones?
Custom Straight Radius
Straight radius necks have been the industry standard since the inception of guitars and are still used by the majority of manufactures; primarily because it is much easier to produce than the much more comfortable compound radius necks. For those of who prefer straight radius, we have a custom machine which is adjustable to any straight radius between 9" and 16", in half inch increments. We can offer this custom work on our Warmoth "Pro" and Vintage Modern construction necks, in either 25 1/2" or 24 3/4" scale lengths.
Finally, Warmoth's description of it's 'total vintage' necks:
Total Vintage Construction
For those desiring a close replica of the early vintage Fender necks, this is it. We have duplicated both the dimensions and construction methods used in the mid to late 50's.
TRUSS ROD DESIGN:
The truss rod in these vintage necks is the same as found in the vintage Fender necks, a single rod anchored at either end, curving over an arch within the neck. This design has functioned successfully in millions of necks though does usually require seasonal adjustment for optimum action. In the all maple necks you will find the expected skunk stripe. In necks with rosewood fingerboards the truss rod is installed under the fingerboard so there is no skunk stripe.
TRUSS ROD ADJUSTMENT:
The only truss rod access is through the heel of the neck. Yes, it's necessary to loosen the neck mounting screws to gain access to this adjustment.
The vintage radius is 7 1/4", very rounded. This is a very comfortable radius for rhythm playing as well as chording though it is pretty limiting for any string bending. There are 21 frets.
So there's only one missing piece, 'total vintage' 9.5 necks, which would recreate nothing as the really old guitars had 7.25.
It's also my understanding that they have more business than they know what to do with and are in the process of hiring and expanding. And anyhow they're just a necks-and-bodies company, you can order their parts and get a nitro finish anywhere, it doesn't stop anybody from making whatever they want. Nitro is really toxic and environmentally not good, maybe that's the reason, who cares? Doesn't make much sense to call them elitist for not offering expensive finishes.