I'm a first time builder of a Ches 16... just unpacked the kit yesterday, built a table, and am ready to do my first scarf joints tonight or tomorrow (I may just draw out the offsets tonight). The table is level for about 12 feet of its length, but unfortunately has a small rise/bump toward the end due to a slightly warped sheet of ply. Will this cause me problems when scarfing everything together? I was thinking if I have a fair string line, it will be straight regardless of the bump, and the sheer and keel panels should conform right to the table. Am I right in this thinking, or should I try to manipulate the table to get it as level as possible throughout its whole length? I'd hate to start off with my first mistakes being on the panel alignment!