Hello all! I've run into an issue I've not had to tackle before, and would really appreciate some advice! The instrument in question is a Michael Kelly Dragonfly-4 acoustic electric fretless. While doing routine maintenance tonight, I saw something funky through the sound hole. It's an x-brace patterned ABG, and the top brace has not only come unglued from the bottom one on the lip (it's an odd style, for me anyway). What's even worse, it now has a substantial split / crack running through the length of it. Ack! It's hard for me to see for sure, but the split looks to be at least 4" or so. I'll try to get a pic posted this morn, if I can figure out a safe way! Obviously John Coffee (the Dragonfly) will need to be repaired ASAP...glued, clamped, etc. I freely admit that I'm nervous, as this will be my first attempt at a serious brace repair. But what's really getting me is that the split runs semi-diagonally. Hope that makes sense -- basically, if it gets much worse, it may completely break off. Any words of wisdom? I know a picture is pretty much required on this one, so I'm off now to try my hand at getting one without damaging anything else! Thanks in advance for even reading this...and my apologies for being so long-winded!