I need to shim a bolt-on neck and I'm hoping to avoid at least some time-consuming trial and error. I've narrowed to three options, but I'm open to suggestions. FI: I'm a seasoned wood worker. 1. Order the stewmac shim and pay the stupid high shipping cost. Not inclined but could be my last resort. 2. I have a crap ton of oak veneer left over from another project I could cut pocket sized pieces each a little shorter than the previous so they step up...then glue and sand. 3. I use a miter saw with a finish blade set at .5˚ or 1˚ to cut a wedge off the end of a board. 4. ???