Both my completed builds have necks (and quite a lot of the hardware) bought from www.axesrus.co.uk - and very good they are too, both were the "True Modern" type with truss adjustment at the headstock end. The tele is a one-piece maple neck, the strat has an ebony fingerboard no less, on some really good looking, close-grained maple which appears quarter-sawn too. Both necks have worked flawlessly and play great. The frets maybe a little roughly finished as bought, but well installed, and after some levelling and finishing work, they are perfect. Both necks cost exactly £100 each - given the quality I feel I got, a bit of a bargain IMO.
But now I see that axesrus have introduced some apparently higher spec necks, approved by Fender no less, but which cost minimum £260, going up to £365 for a birds-eye maple tele neck (admittedly looks very good). There is nothing there for less than £260. Similar developments seem to be happening with some of the other things they sell. I guess I can't blame them - they are a business after all, and I'm not saying there is anything at all wrong with the newer stuff they are stocking, but if this is the direction they are going in, I will miss the "old" Axesrus, which was a great place to go for those of us building on a budget.
My strat neck, just to show the quality I got for £100: