Well, tough for a veneering newbie like myself. I recently placed an order for the kit I'm going to use for my mains (the http://www.audioc.com/speakers/SapphireIII/sap3.htm So, I have a little cube with 3/8" roundovers. I'm anticipated rounding out the edges to at least 1/2" or as high as 3/4" in order to make this veneering thing a bit easier, but I've run into a question. Let's say I choose to have the veneer wrap around over the top from the amplifier cutout side in this picture. Fine, I can handle having the grain of the veneer be "horizontal" across that direction to make the wrapping easier. Now, what do I do about the driver side and the opposite side in terms of applying the veneer? In other words, do I apply the "big" piece of wrap-around veneer such that it goes over the roundovers along both sides and somehow carefully cut for the corners, or do I have the wrap-around piece only go to the edge of the roundovers and apply a piece on the driver side and opposite the driver that overlaps and carefully cut the corners on that somehow? Sorry. I'm lost with this.