Hi everyone, I need some advice! My 2003 Highway One has a crack about 2 inches long on the skunk stripe edge. (See Pics) Hard to see in pics, but it is just too noticeable to leave alone. What I love about this guitar is the Satin Nitro Finish. So I cannot live with this crack. I have read loads of posts about using superglue, also some advice on nitro lacquer. I decided to drop fill the crack with Satin Nitro. Once dry, I sanded it back to flat, and it felt great, only it was WAY too matt. I had real trouble sanding it up to 2000 grit - I just couldnt get a shine back. I did read that a top coat of Satin Nitro will dry nicely and wont need sanding. But I did this, again, it was WAY too matt compared to the rest of the neck. I used a paint restorer to buff it, but it has pretty much rubbed back down to its original condition. I really dont want to ruin this neck! But i cannot live with the crack. Has anyone had a similar issue on a SATIN Nitro neck? DO I need compounds? How do I fix it without re spraying the whole thing?! Thanks guys.