I am currently having classical guitar built on commission from a respected luthier on this forum, and was wondering about having an alternative fingerboard wood to ebony, which can be a bit sensitive to humidity. I have contacted Steve Keys at Rocklite for information on the physical properties of the Ebano, but he stated that they are still working on finalizing the data to be released later this year or next year on their website. For those who has worked with Rocklite Ebano, what has your experiences been with it as a fingerboard wood in terms of wear resistance, playability, stability, etc.? How does it hold up after months or years of rigorous playing? Has anyone gathered scientific data on it including Janka hardness, density, and accelerated wear tests? Thank you in advance.