This was my reasoning. I went the tele heel route (pun intended) on my strat so I could swap necks around if need be.Which one is better depends on your plan for the future. If your going to be swapping necks there are more necks with strat heels. For instance reverend used a strat heel years ago so if you wanted to swap a strat neck it was easy. Not sure what they do now. Also the term for the body routing where neck goes is called the pocket.
Tele pocket is the correct term as Rick pointed out.That's a perfect solution: Tele heel on Strat body. Actually, you can also order a Tele neck with a Strat heel. Appears to give the same result. Any reason why one would be better over the other?
I like your guitar! What bridge is that?
Does warmoth do "off menu" pickup routs?
I would not worry about that. If the screws are tight, between that and string tension, the neck is not going to rotate.This was my reasoning. I went the tele heel route (pun intended) on my strat so I could swap necks around if need be.
I continued this M.O. on my third build.
Tele pocket is the correct term as Rick pointed out.
My way of thinking (right or wrong) with the tele heel is that it is completely square and less likely to want to rotate in the pocket.
And thank you for the compliment! The bridge is a hipshot hardtail.