Just wanted to pass this on because I know the question comes up from time to time, and I've done a few myself, but this was definitely a better method. A little slower, but tighter & straighter than my usual way. Here is the link @ https://www.forum-speakerbuildersupply.com/post/grill-cloth-installation-2403012 I've bought grill cloth from them in the past, and they have a sales page with discounted end cuts that is definitely worth checking out. But, it's the old vintage tweed method of stapling on the sides of the baffle instead of wrapping around to the back. It definitely saves the frustration of sinking a staple in the exact spot that a baffle screw needs to run, and it has a nice clean look to it in the end. Just run a box cutter down the edge of the baffle to trim the excess. Anyway, I think it's an improvement on what I was doing, so I wanted to pass it on.