I peeled the tape off of the skull inlay and cleaned the area surrounding it of Hyde glue boogers. The old brown glue stays soft for a few days when it is in a gob. That is the only thing that I don't like about it. My scale died so I don't have a way to measure my granulated dry Hyde glue. I will get one before I have to glue the neck on though. Anyway....ready to fill the cavities of the inlays. The inlay company recommends not using 5min epoxy but two ton epoxy instead so that's what I got. I laid out a glop, mixed it then put some black mixol in it. Then I poked the epoxy into the cracks and speed it a bunch of ways to make sure it was all stuffed in there. I had extra so I put some along the seam of the added edge piece. Now it has to sit for about 12 hrs to cure.