Hello everyone. I am looking for some advice on my first custom warmoth build. For the last few years I’ve been trying to build a custom guitar but everything has fallen through. Left with a few hundred dollars worth of parts from failed projects and impressed by the quality of a strat I assembled from showroom parts, I've decided to build a warmoth tele les paul hybrid. I already know with what body specs I want but I'd appreciate some help on the neck. The showcase neck I bought had an unfinished roasted maple neck I absolutely love the feel of but it also feels a little thin both in depth (standard thin), at the nut (1.650), and the fretboard felt flat for my tastes (10-16”). To fix this I'm looking at the 9.5-14" radius, the 43mm nut, a flame roasted maple neck (I think mahogany would be tonally better but roasted flame maple is just so pretty and feels so nice) and a black eboney board. I’m also doing a gibson conversion scale as I like a more wiggle in the string and mellower tone with PAF style pickups. I know I could always use a lower string gauge but anything under a 9 is ahrd for me to feel. What I'm not entirely sure about is the neck carve and fret size. I was thinking about a Clapton, SVR, or Wolfgang. A few years back I played a soft v baja tele that was one of the best necks I've ever played, as well as a 2011 (I think) Clapton strat which wasn't too shabby. At the same time I'm fairly used to playing asymmetrical slim 60s necks on my LP. As far as frets I'm really not sure what I like. I know I want stainless steel because I don't want to re-fret, especially on ebony. I own guitars with 6105, jumbo, super jumbo, and some that are very low and flat. I've played them all back to back and I didn't have a large preference. The 6105’s on my strat aren’t my favorite, especially on such a flat fretboard. I was leaning towards larger frets, mainly the S6115 as I’ve heard they are both bend and pull-off friendly. I would love to hear what you all think. This build is going to be my most expensive guitar and I don’t want to mess it up. Sorry for the long post. Thanks!