Hey TBers, I recently got a Mighty Mite fretless neck, and it is a really good neck. The only thing I don't like though is that the nut is too high. It takes some good force to fret the first notes. I don't have too much coin right now, and would like to spend as little as possible. On StewMac's website I found these two different items: Nut and Saddle Shaping Files Gauged Nut Slotting Files The first option is two files with different grits on each, so there are four grits altogether. This is the cheaper option and the one I'd rather go with. But I don't know if I'll be able to get a rounded bottom. Does that matter? The second option requires me to buy four different files, one for each slot. It's about twice the price, but I would get that rounded bottom, as well as it may be safer. I would think that I'd be less likely to make the slots too wide with these. Is the first option okay, or should I opt for the second one? I very well may never need these again. Plus, I've never done this before. Also, if anyone has any tips that would be great. Like, should I file level with the board, or on a bit of an angle down towards the headstock?