I've seen information here and around the 'Net about building in fret height fallaway for the higher-numbered frets when dressing the frets, and it has me curious. The method I've seen mentioned is to tape the 12th or 14th fret with a layer or two of masking tape, and also to tape over a third of the leveling beam or device, and then lightly leveling the upper frets only at the slight angle produced by the layers of tape. Then crowing, dressing and polishing as usual I assume. I'm full of unformed thoughts about it, but I guess my questions are - does that method work and what are the fine points or gotchas? - is it even worth doing? - what does it mean for future fret leveling? I've only leveled and dressed a practice neck and am IN NO WAY experienced or accomplished with it, and of course didn't create fallaway. It seems like a pro technique and maybe a "last mile" kind of effort that might be nice, maybe really nice and delightful, but not strictly necessary. If it's something that I can do and expand my abilities with, why not learn how to do it? I appreciate your thoughts!