It occurred to me that this forum would be the perfect place to ask if anyone has one of these relatively rare and finely built Korean guitars. I've adored this thing since I bought it in 2002. It's really well put together, has a solid mahogany body and neck (set), Duncan Designed pickups that really aren't too bad (import versions of a JB and a Jazz), but most of all, for my preference it's got the sweetest neck I've ever played. The Squire M-70 was made for only a couple of years, hence their relative rarity. Apparently it's something like a DeArmond in Squire dress. From what I have read the story is that Fender acquired the DeArmond name when they bought Guild. There was also a fancier model called the M-77 with a carved top and block inlays. My dream LP style guitar would sing like my Gibson, have a gorgeous flamed top like my Agile AL-3101M CSBF, and have a neck just like my humble little Squire M-70. I would describe the neck on the M-70 as a bit wide (1 11/16th or 1.6875", same as that listed for the Agile slim) and not overly deep. The exact thickness of the neck is .082" at the first fret and .88" at the 12th fret. It also has jumbo frets. I've played this thing so much that at this point it's probably in desperate need of a refret or at least a plek job. The problem is that either of these services will probably cost close to what another used M-70 would .....If I could even find one, and also assuming that the frets on another used one wouldn't be likewise worn. I've seen plenty of inquiries on the internet regarding the different neck sizes available on the Agile, with people often asking for specific comparisons with other brands for reference. So here's my question: Does anyone reading this post presently own both a Squire M-70 (or have previous experience with one) and an Agile slim or wide, and if so, how do the necks compare? Sure, I can read and compare the specs as well as anyone, but if possible I'd like to know how they feel to someone who's actually had them in their hands. If there's and Agile available with a neck something like a Squire M-70, then I definitely need to get one.