I'm about to glue in the veneer strips, and was going to use the following method: blue tape the sides of the neck up to just below the fret slots, few drops of CA into fret slot, insert veneer and hold to firmness, then a few more drops to fill any existing gaps (should be minimal, as the veneer fits well), repeat. My questions are these: 1. how well does CA glue sand down, incase I get excess on the fingerboard (ebony)? 2. does this approach sound good, or should I skip the taping of the sides and do some more finish sanding of the wenge neck after I've glued the strips in order to get rid of the errant CA drip? 3. Will sanding with a radius beam that matches the existing profile be best fo getting rid of the bit (1 or 2 mm) of veneer that will be sticking out of the slots after gluing? I think that covers it. I'll be working on this tonight, so any help is appreciated!