I recently bought a Lace Helix 5-string fretless which is a fine bass except that the side dots are where they would be on a fretted bass rather than on the 'fretlines'. If this was my only fretless it wouldn't bother me too much, but all my others have the dots in the 'correct' place so I want to move them to match. My plan is to drill out the existing dots (1mm or so) and drill new holes for the dots in the correct place and hopefully use the sawdust generated by this, mixed with glue, to fill where the old dots were. Then using either this or this for my new side dots. Is this a workable plan? What glue should I use to mix with the sawdust to fill over the old dots? And how do I blend this in with the glossy finish on the side of the fingerboard? Also if I'm feeling brave I might add some front dots between the top two strings from the '12 fret' upwards to help overcome parallax. Would either of the two dot materials be suitable? Which would be best? I'm in the UK so please can you bear that in mind when recommending products. If would be best if they were all available from somewhere like StewMac and able to be exported so I can order everything in one go. Many thanks in advance.