Gents, I have an old 87 Squire Stratocaster with maple/rosewood, thin profile neck. I been contemplating a Warmoth super wide neck because of my large hands/fingers and just to do something different to this old relic I've owned since new. I will keep the thin profile and reuse the "Fender" tuners it came with, along with a dark rosewood board and dot inlay. However, I'm undecided on wood. I like the feel of oiled woods and I did this on my 1959 Sears Silverstone restoration with good results. To that end, I feel as though mahagony may give warmer tone than maple, retain its shape better and work well with an oil finish, although I will miss not having a headstock label. Thoughts on this???