Here's something that has puzzled me for quite some time about guitar stores and the way that they hang or display their priceless guitar on a hook wrapped around the neck/headstock of a guitar. A LP weighs about 8 to 11 pounds, depending on the model, size, # of pickups, tremolo, etc., not to mention the amount of tension from the strings which may counteract the weight, but who knows? So why do they insist on hanging these guitars from the neck/headstock area and add added stress to this area of the guitar? Isn't there a better way to hang these guitars that doesn't put so much stress on that particular area? How many guitars have you seen where the neck/headstock area is damaged or the finish has marred due to the anchor around that area? To me, this is a waste. Plus, those hangers are a bit dangerous and one bad move and the guitar can come crashing down and ruin a guitar. Somebody has got to come up with a better way to display and hang these marvels of beauty. Any ideas or inventors out there? I just cringe when I see a $6k Les Paul AAAA-top hanging on a display like that! If that were my guitar, I would hold it from the body and never put weight or stress on that part of the guitar. Makes no sense to me. Comments?