The resolution of my image in photoshop was actually 10pixels to the millimeter. To make it more detailed I would have had to create a 300MB photoshop file.
Also, no. Again, the difference you're feeling is the BACK of the neck and is the PROFILE of the carve. That isn't a "spec" thats listed on some spreadsheet somewhere. I could make a neck with all the specs of the wizard as they are on the Ibanez website AND this website, and have it be perfectly rectangular. It was a common complaint of the Wizard II used on the korean S series, that it was chunkier than the Wizard 2 used on RGs.
That wasn't the radius, it was the shoulders on the back of the neck being larger. there was more wood there. It had nothing to do with the radius.
I have very small hands, so I'm very aware of the shape of the back of the neck since it effects the way I play enormously.
By 'chunkier' I mean back to fretboard, not how it sits in my palm. When I'm playing Blues and hooking my thumb over the top of the neck to grab the E string with my thumb, I REALLY notice when a necks shoulders are larger, smaller, rounder, etc. and I don't feel that on a Premium. Feels a lot like my RG1550.
What I feel is when I'm playing barre chords, mainly. With a very flat fretboard, since I have weak hands, I have to press fairly hard to get all the notes to ring out, not as much on a more curved board and when I'm playing a Premium, it just feels a bit easier. (thus: chunkier since I usually can play barre chords much easier on a thicker neck with a rounder fretboard, but because of my small hands, that hinders other aspects of my playing, so I have to trade that for other things)
The Premium neck is just as thick (or thin, depending on your point of view) from the fretboard to the back of the neck, regardless of the profile, but, to my hands, feels easier to play barre chords and I can only attribute that to the ever so slightly more curved fretboard.