It's two separate questions. Just figured I didn't need to pollute the forum with separate threads. 1. Stupid question, but I'm getting different answers if I ask google. What tool do you use to equalize table legs? Right now, I've got my character appearing on the scene with a belt sander. I'm not even entirely sure that's portable, actually, so that's the bonus question. The character is a master carpenter, by the way. He would know precisely what tool to use, which is why I can't rely on Google for this one. I need to know the tool that sounds the most logical. And portable. He's not in his workshop. 2. I may have accidentally done some cool symbolism, and I wanna check if I'm guessing right. The scene itself isn't relevant here, so I'll skip right to the lyrics that came to mind because of it. Van Halen - Learning To See: Time after time we walk past the window never see the ashes on the ground I know the ashes by themselves symbolize letting go (of a loved one?), but do they have any specific symbolism in relation to the window?