I recently had some re-checkering done by Cindy Devault on my Perazzi, 28LPI. The previous owner refinshed the stock and varnished over the checkering. Just got it back and Cindy did an amazing job. Looks different with the dull area of the checkering versus the shine of the rest of the stock. What's the preference out there on this? I had a stock done from start to finish down at KI in PA and they varnished over their checkering. Beautiful job but other shooters think it detracts from the gun. Looking at what Cindy did now I think I tend to agree. Any thoughts? Dave T.