Nearly done completing the top side now... with this being my first PF swap I think I completely underestimated how much time this takes. My ignorant assumption that the CPR PF would come in and all the dimples and holes were a guide just to execute on has really come to light. Every screw and part that goes into the PF now comes with at minimum 5 minutes of analysis and head scratching to make sure it's where it needs to go. Measure 5 times drill once.
It kind of makes me never want to do a reproduction PF swap again, or at least approach it very differently from the beginning and attempt to transfer every hole from the old PF to the new one. I think the challenge just becomes what you use as your reference... some things reference from the PF edge while other need to reference from their larger cut feature (drop target slots, slingshot holes etc)...
Fortunately I don't have any major F-ups that can't be tweaked with a few filled holes and screw hole shifting, but that came at a cost of tip toeing through the entire thing...
I'm confident though that after a few months of being done with it I'll forget about the experience and sign up for another one (I have a Genie waiting for me...)