Well, when I told you I was building an 8x20 and that I would work at my own pace, no time table, I wasn't kidding! I'm actually moving along thanks to Dan and Hugos 8x20 and 10x20's that were on display at the Per Volquartz workshop in January in Joshua Tree. Thanks for the inspiration. I have a question and need some suggestions on how to solve a small problem. I am using the parts from a Kodak 2-D for my camera. I am building the back base. I am using the rail guides and I realized that when I designed my rails I made them thinner than the Kodak's. Hence the rails are to long or should I say come down from the base about 1/8" to much. I will attach some pictures to help explain. My question is? Am I better off fabricating new rail guides or is it possible to bend the guides I have to fit my needs? The rail guides are original and I would have to bend them straight and then re-bend them. Am I crazy? Am I better off making new ones? I apologise to all of the other builders in advance if I am not using the proper terminology. After all I am building this in my Apartment with hand tools!