As I look through strip-building books like Moores' book, Gilpatrick's, Van Lueven, etc., it seems that Gilpatrick has a more blue-collar philosophy than the others. Do you all find this to be true? While some advise one to be meticulous...Gilpatrick not so much. He basically says, "make sure that your molds are centered on the strongback." He shows pictures of excess glue streaming down the cedar strips, while others preach to wipe off any excess to avoid unnecessary sanding. Thoughts?