Polishing update: Not the best photo under my blinding white shop lights but lower/left corner you see the polishing came out quite glossy and uniform. First I tried Megquires ultimate but the satin areas were still satin. Looked through my bottles of goop and found a bottle of Megquires water spot remover. Tried it on a test area that's normally under the pick guard, dang she polished to a gloss with very little effort. I applied by hand to the front and back with excellent results. It even removed about a 1 inch long abrasion left of the bridge. Then top coated with the Megquires ultimate. Interestingly, below the bridge plate where it had made solid contact with the finish it was already glossy. Some areas like that under the control plate also.