This is my first post and it's not meant to be Warmoth bashing. I have been ordering Warmoth necks and bodies since 1994. (I still have the old 1994 paper catalog). For the most part I have been very pleased with Warmoth's quality and I have built some really sweet guitars with Warmoth parts. Anyway I just received two Strat necks that I ordered from Warmoth that were both prepped for Floyd nuts. Both of them were milled for the Floyd Rose R-5. The R-5 is a taller nut than the R-2 nd R-3 nuts and therefore, needs to be milled deeper. I installed both necks on Warmoth bodies and set up the action at the bridge. Unfortunately the action at the nut on both necks is ridiculously high. As in they are virtually unplayable. I remember seeing a Warmoth neck on ebay where the seller stated the nut was not milled deep enough by Warmoth so he filed it down by hand himself. I stayed away from that neck because in my experience you can't file a Floyd Rose platform down by hand and keep it even and flat. Anyway, in the past I have only returned one item to Warmoth and it was unaltered and within the 10 days return period. I am wondering if anyone else has had this problem with Floyd Rose platforms done by Warmoth and if so, what did they do? Since I drilled the tuner holes and mounted the necks I can't return them. I am wondering if anyone else has had experience returning a previously installed neck to Warmoth to have them re-do something. I would be surprised if this were tru,e but I am wondering if somehow Warmoth is not aware that the R-5 nut needs to be milled deeper than the other sizes. Anyone have any thoughts?