I want to get a Swiftech MC462 heatsink for my Athlon 1.4ghz. I also want to insert a temp probe. Two options would be to drill laterally into the heatsink base per AMD, or drill vertically all the way through the base to the other side. I gather the second option is more accurate. But there's no way I'm going to sand the surface of a MC462, as smooth as it is. This makes it difficult to get the tip of the probe perfectly even with the face of the heatsink. That is, I won't be able to sand away excess epoxy and probe to bring them flush. It will have to dry perflectly flush. The only way I can think to do this is to place some saran wrap on a piece of glass, place the heatsink on the saran wrap face down, inject the expoxy and place the probe, let it dry, peel off the saran wrap, and hope the expoxy and probe are perfectly flush and that the expoxy didn't spread out past the hole. Do you think this will work? How thick is ASII? Lastly, what type of probe and readout can I get for this type of hole that's under $50? Thanks much in advance.