Yep, got one and a half Warmoths.
Initially I bought a cheap MIM strat as a toy (having other serious guitars) from GC intending to replace the (21 fret - groan) neck with a Warmoth neck to check them out. It is a maple neck with maple fingerboard and abolone inlays and stainless frets. The neck is great. The Warmoth compound radius is awesome too by the way.
Then I took the plunge and did a whole guitar from Warmoth. Like quik said, their quality is top notch. I've played high end strats like the Clapton, Malmsteen etc. and Warmoth is way better quality to me and you can choose some cool woods too. I got an Alder body which I like better than Basswood personally for a little harsher bite in tone. The neck is birdseye maple and the fingerboard is ziricote with a matching ziricote headstock - I had never even heard of ziricote but there was already a premade neck in their showcase that looked cool and had the features I wanted at a discount so I grabbed it. And the neck is s-w-e-e-t.
Definitely go for the contoured heel too.
I did no tone control as well, dual humbuckers - SD TB-4 & SH-2, sperzels, copper shielding (get it), Wilkinson trem, and got mine rear routed (no pickguard) and finished it myself in PPG automotive clearcoat. It's the best strat I've played.