Here is another review done by Chris, at www.cockrum.net:
"After searching for a while for a ready-to-machine neck for a Tele, I ran across some posts from cyborgcnc in the CNCzone forums about the subject. Cyborgcnc has created a set of videos for CNC Design and Machining of guitar necks and bodys. At first I tried to do this on my own but it was taking a lot longer that I had planned and I still hadn't come up with a buildable neck. Although I was a bit skeptical about he cost/benefits, I decided to purchase the CNC Guitar Neck Design and CNC Guitar Neck Machining videos.
My payment was acknowledged almost immediately and I received the videos within a few days. The videos show the author designing a neck in Solidworks and creating the toolpaths in Mastercam. Every step is shown along with the author talking about the source for each measurement used and the reasons for each step. Throughout the videos, he discusses not only how to operate the software but how he comes up with design ideas, where to buy parts, and how to realize the design in wood. Basically, these videos showed exactly how to do what I want. They have saved me many hours of wading through Solidworks and Mastercam tutorials and figuring this out on my own. These videos are great -- I can't say enough good things about them.
It's obvious that a lot of time was put into these videos and they are definately worth purchasing if you want to learn how to do CNC Design and Machining of guitar necks and bodys.Since the neck design videos were so good, I ordered the body design and machining videos as well. "