Ok, this may be really basic but curious on thoughts for order of finishing in regards to pickup cavities using conductive paint. Typically I've taped off the cavities when applying finishing, then applied conductive paint in the cavities afterwards without any finish over it. In doing so I also realize that the conductive paint is quite susceptible to damage, but allows me an easy way to test resistance, and also allows contact with cavity to cover plate(s). Considering at the very least, applying finish underneath the conductive paint. Applying finish over the top would limit conductivity with any cover plate, but would protect the paint. Curious on others thoughts/process on this.