Hey all, on one of my own guitars I was installing a new Tusq XL nut. I had it sanded just right on all three surfaces for a glue and drop in completion. Well the CA set faster than I expected and the high e side is up maybe .004” but glued in solid and there’s a good bit of glue between the nut and the bottom of nut slot. The sides are a tight but not jammed in fit. It sounds good to me, but we all question if our little mess ups have a bigger effect than we think. Considering it’s glued it really well... would you say: it’s in, the CA will make it a pain to extract and the onslaught effect is negligible.... get your files and it’s okay. OR - not having a positive nut to wood contact is actually worth the effort of extracting that nut cleaning it up and redoing it? Thanks.