I have been cooking up my next project and have decided to give a carved top a shot. It will look something like a curvy P-bass with more pronounced bouts. I will be using mahogony for the main body and flame maple for the carved top. My concern in early drafts is this: I would like to go with only 3 pots (volume with push/pull for active/passive; blend with push/pull for mid boost on/off; stacked tone pot bass/treble), but I have never drilled/countersunk pot holes in a carved top. I would like to make it look ala PRS. Has anybody done this? My best guess has been to use a spade bit in a drill press to countersink and then a regular bit to punch the hole through. Does this make sense? TIA for all your help.