hey gang, I'm wondering if any kind souls would be willing to post some close up pictures of any box elder burl inlays/covers they have. I've never seen it in person and in some pictures it looks kind of flat, but in others it has a rich depth to it. Would you describe this wood, as done by CRK, as having significant depth, the way some abalone or even acrylic scales can? Or is the grain more flat (although still beautiful, of course). Also any thoughts on bog oak and the macassar ebony would be appreciated. I'm trying to decide what to get on a new mnandi and spalted beech isn't doing it for me right now. (I'm also excited to see what comes out at SHOT this year.) Thanks in advance!