Ok, some great information. I have a couple of clarifying questions. First, when you say "level the playfield", you mean that it needs to be adjusted so that it is level in ALL directions, not just left to right, correct? Left to right AND front to back? Also, can you clarify what you mean by "paper sheet protector"? Is that the clear plastic that we used to use on a 81/2 X 11" sheet of paper, like for protecting a report of some kind while still allowing a person to see the text through the protector sheet? I assume you cut the plastic protector sheet to the size that you need, apply the resin to the playfield insert, put the plastic protector on top of the insert, then use the blue light to cure the resin, correct? If so, what stops the plastic protector piece from getting stuck to the cured resin? If it sticks to the plastic insert, why won't it stick to the protector sheet? Sorry for all of the questions, I'm thinking about doing this and I don't want to screw it up. Thanks.