How much time have you got???
My favorite story is when I played in the hard rock/metal band, they insisted on playing full volume even during practice sessions, mic’d up drums through the PA (SSSOOO annoying and loud). During a sound test to get drum levels, I had my guitar on a guitar stand on the stage. One of the PA speakers rattled so hard it fell off its mount, hit a movable wall partition next to it, and like dominos knocked my guitar stand over next. It fell flat on its face and the tuning post of the high E string took the brunt of the fall, leaving a nasty crack from the post all the way to the side of the head. And this crack was all through the entire thickness of the headstock. I thought my guitar (a nice 10-top PRS McCarty) was done for.
Fortunately, I lived about a 3 hour drive from the PRS factory and they fixed it up for me, good as new. I couldn’t believe it and thought maybe they put a brand new neck on the guitar for me because I just couldn’t fathom a crack like that ever being repaired. I think they charged me $425 for the repair.
That was almost exactly 20 years ago actually. Over the years the glue they used has settled, just slightly, and if I get the headstock in just the right glare of light, I can see that crack
I’ve never left my guitar on a stand since