I have an ebony fretboard, my Carvin BB75, and got the bass used not that long ago with the horribly ugly silver plastic off center face dots make me want to rip them out and fill them with something black so you can no longer see them... Never done this before...figure it can't be rocket science. Any tips or pointers? Taking them out seems really simple. Drill a tiny hole in the center of the inlay, screw in a screw, take pliers and pop them out one at a time. Just wondering from you guys who do this stuff...ebony wood dust and glue...or black clay dots...or what would you recommend to fill the 1/4" holes? Then I'd sand them flush of course with the fretboard down to a 600 or finer sandpaper and oil the fretboard and they'd be gone! Thanks!