It's been a wonderful few days weather-wise and I've been using the opportunity to finish my Telemaster body. It's been sanded as 'smooth as a baby's ....." a 3 layers of sanding sealer and I'm about to layer on my fifth layer of primer. It's drying really quickly and between primer coats I've spotted two known faults which I thought I'd addressed. The first is a plugged screw hole where the plug has sunk and it's going to show through the final finish. I had used a [Peavy] string bar in the dry assembly which I was on the fence about so I filled the screw holes to give me the option of using regular ferrules. If it looks ugly/obvious when the final black finish is on, I'll simply refit the string bar. The more challenging problem is cracks in the body. This was known defect in the body before I started but despite running CA into all the known cracks, I have two rather obvious ones which either need filling or ignoring. But how to fill at this stage. More CA? Suggestions appreciated for the cracks and the sunken screw plug. Thanks in advance.