I do your traditional style restoration work where compared to guys on here it would be considered hack work-lol At work I make my own small panels by either cutting out the old metal and tracing, putting a patch on top and scribing, or welding paper and a marker. I saw some videos of Lazze where he used the tape everywhere and made templates for each piece of tape. So I can see that being a good way...for contours anyways. He also used paper on a cowl. Then I suppose there's measuring. how do you guys do it for complex parts? Seems like paper would work good but what kind? I think the welding tape rocks cause it sticks to the surface but it's expensive and as a hobby I'd like to get cheap cheap cheap. Anyhow, any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also, any good videos you can suggest would rock as well... I get head aches when I read-lol btw, what's checking? I saw a Peter Tommasini video and they said they were "checking and scribing" the paper template.