Thought I'd check in with an update. I cleaned up the aluminum guards, drilled out the screw holes and injected them with Epoxy + 405. They are setting up now. I also sanded the tops of the chine guards, where the fiberglass had wrapped down and wasn't 100% even with the edge where I had cut it. While I was at it I did a light sanding on the guard plates on the sides of the hull. I will paint these and the chine guards with black bottom paint soon. I filled a few hull scrapes with Expoxy + 405, and then did some light sanding on a few spots on the hull; some of these are areas that were scratched, others just had a few epoxy drips on them from when I did the fiberglass. (lesson learned: Don't mask with paper. Enough epoxy drips will soak through and bind the paper to the wood.) Here's how things look now for the exterior: After painting the guards, I'm just going to hit the outside with a coat of spar varnish. I don't think it needs much more than that. On to the inside! The inside bottom hull isn't real pretty right now. The floor was 1/4" plywood, and since you couldn't see through it, it wasn't obvious that the bottom was looking pretty rough: It looks to me like it had water sitting inside it at some point. The grain of the plywood has popped in a few places and the varnish (resin?) coat has yellowed. Everything seems fine structurally, it's just ugly. I'm going to sand the yellowed crap off, then hit it with some epoxy & varnish it. While I'm at it, I need to sand the epoxy down and even things out where I put in the patch: Next steps after that are to put in a new floor deck. I don't want to just use solid plywood again, as it doesn't let wet boots drain, and anything that happens to roll under the floor is lost.