I have been guilty of doing this in the past, and, I'm guilty of it currently, also. Used to be I'd only reserve the work on archtop hollowbodies for the pros, because it's such a PITA. But over the years I've had guitar projects steadily pile up, and I've simply not seemed to be able (or not willing, actually) to find time to get it done. So, I'm letting Reece down at GC handle a bunch of projects, and he's slowly helping me get caught up a little with things that need maintenance and modifications. Right now, my Eastwood Airline is getting a Mean 90 in the bridge. Next on the list, I'll probably have him get that Railhammer into my PRS, finally. I'm feeling a little guilty about it. But life is short, you know?