It was hard but it was a success! But I think I would be very careful in doing this with more expensive guitar. A month ago, I asked the good people here how to do this fret leveling on my cheap Strat https://www.strat-talk.com/threads/...ginners.557333/ling-job-for-beginners.557333/ I purchased some few tools from Aliexpress.... I figured to just purchase first some cheap tools just to practice. 1. I started with putting some painter tape on the fretboard, took some time! 2. Then I used a 6 inches fret level block, which I kinda regretted coz this block is really light and too short. I was hoping that the block has some weight because I did not know if I was putting too much pressure on my frets when I was sanding it. 3. Next task was the sanding of frets which I find was really nerve wracking as a noobie! I can see the sharpee markers fading when I was sanding it but upon checking my fret rocker, I still observed some high frets! I thought, maybe it was the sand paper, not gritty enough. I continued for about 15 - 20 minutes until all the black marks are gone. 4. Then I did the crowning. I honestly don't know if the crowning file tool I purchased is working but I just followed some YouTube videos to do it sideways motion. This task is is very tedious. The crowning tool also left a black mark inside, how I wished I had those Stewmac tools. 5. Next thing I did was polishing the frets. I purchased a multiple grits which I dunno if I made a mistake but I started with very VERY low number! I started with 60CW until I reached 2500! Maybe I should have started at 800? My finger became numb doing this! LOL 6. Lastly, I used a metal polish to just bring out the shine of the frets! I took almost an hour during my break for the whole task. It was not easy as I expected... but is it worth the $150 that I'm being charged for fret levelling? maybe still not... I mean the tools that I used was SUPER duper cheap but I was still able to make it. But I do understand the effort and time to accomplish this task! The guitar now really feels good especially when bending, it is now 1.3/ 1.4mm in action from 12 fret which I can like. Absolutely no more nasty fret buzzes! Would I perform the same task on my more expensive MIJ and MIA models? Yeah but maybe I should invest in some Stewmac or much more expensive tools. I think I just got lucky that I did not mess up my frets this time! HAHAH Thank you very much for all you guys who helped me and gave me guidance!