I'm about to do a full level and crown job on my #1 and, this being my first time and my favorite fiddle, am probably being too skiddish about it. I've read Mr. Kirn's guide and am going to use his process, but just have a tooling question. I have a 24" steel box level that I figured could work for the leveling process, has anyone does this? I know Kirn was a big fan of the wide countertop cutoffs, but I can't seem to find any around me at a decent price and figured if I already have the level, why not use that? The big worries are that the level edges are significantly thinner than his big slab o' countertop and the edges aren't perfectly smooth to the finish. They feel almost like a fine file. Is the width an issue and would using something like a good double sided foam tape to hold the sandpaper on the level work to overcome the rough face texture of the level?