For you inlay experts out there, I have a question regarding block inlay. I will have MOP block inlay in my current (first) build. I have done a little research and determined that the bottom of the inlay pocket in the fretboard (probably) needs to be radiused so that the ends of the MOP aren't paper thin. In my initial plan, I was going to just use the same radius my fretboard has, but that will mean the MOP will need to be slightly curved. Assuming I am approaching this the right way, do I just sort of "bend" the inlay and clamp it while it dries? On a similar note, should I purposefully cut the inlay cavity slightly shorter than the inlay so that the inlay will extend a bit high (which would then be sanded to match the fretboard). This is all probably simple, but I like to plan everything out first I will also be doing the whole exercise on a dummy neck a few times to get it right before I hit the birdseye.