I want to have Celtic Knot inlays done as "block inlay"-ish position markers on my short scale six's fingerboard. I'm concerned that roundwound strings will chew up the inlays or at least "crater" their ebony filler pieces over time. Do I need to worry or will I get 10 or more years out them, tapping, slapping, bending, etc.? I play fingerstyle primarily and pretty gently, using my amp for volume ala the Gary Willis school of thought... Any experiences good or bad with YOUR delicate/complex fingerboard inlays over the years? How about those who have block inlays (solid) or Spector bow tie inlays. How're they holding up? I need to order my inlays soon so this feedback is needed kind of urgently. I've posted a similar thread in the luthier's corner hoping to get as many responses as soon as possible. Thanks everyone!