Well, I have to shout out a big thanks to Bentley, who posted a video a few days ago, forgot on which thread, but it was from Matthias Wandel's Woodgears pages, showing a modification he made to his router pantograph, so it would hold a Dremel rotary tool. He demonstrates it with Pat Hawley, doing some inlay work. Having just played around a few times with the Stew Mac base for Dremel tools, I found I could, with enough practice, probably eventually wallow out the inlay holes for the "bone" inlays in the Labrocaster neck. BUT, with 9 or 10 holes necessary, plus the need to cut out 9 or 10 inlays (which I was thinking of doing with the Dremel), there was a pretty good chance something pretty bad might happen to a very nice ebony fretboard. Seeing this tool seemed like it was heaven sent. I ordered up the plans a few days ago, and started cutting. Used scrap 3/4 inch plywood, not baltic birch, but a good grade of pine, 7 or 9 layer, forgot which, and some oak. Here are a few shots of the thing during my initial test run. You simply position the wood under the Dremel, and a paper representation of what you want to inlay into the wood under the metal follower stylus. Adjust the depth of the burr, and start carefully tracing the stylus over the paper pattern. One of the biggest benefits is that with the mechanical advantage you have, those little lurches the router tries to make every so often are very easy to control, and don't make big gouges outside the lines. The pantograph can be set up to do 1/2 reductions or 1/3 reductions. In the photos it's set up for 1/2 reductions. Not too bad for my first outing. Not exactly the right burr for the job, and walnut is a bit grainy, also, but much, much better than trying to do this freehand with hard-to-see pencil marks on the wood. BTW, I'd like to give my sincere thanks to the Haier company for their fine dehumidifier, which after almost a whole year of partial service, failed and completely iced over during the most humid stretch we've had around here in quite a long time. I really enjoyed working in the humid basement thanks to you, so thanks a lot. For nothing. Won't be anything Haier brought into this house again.