I've got a couple builds on the (hopefully) near horizon, once I finish the cidery build out (which is taking longer than I had hoped). On at least one of the builds, I am tasked with adding a top to a neck-through build as my friend (and customer) does not prefer seeing the neck lams. What I am trying to figure out is the most ideal point in the workflow where this should take place. for instance, I glue my wings on after fingerboard installation and neck carving. Once the wings are on, I carve the transitions and yadda yadda.... At this point, it would seem to me a good spot, but I am trying to wrap my head around what kind of routing jig I'd need to take off X amount of material for a flat surface where I can glue the top. I am thinking now that I will need an additional top template that accounts for the end of the fingerboard, much like what a bolt on body template would look like. I've been looking at dozens of build videos and threads and have yet to see a solid way to go about this. Obviously, this is a late in the game step, so any advice or technique would be appreciated! (yes, this is me being proactively paranoid). Thanks!