The bow is looking really good and is back to 45# at 24"
I'm just scraping and sanding now as the last 2" of draw can leap up on you unawares. I want to shoot it a bit too and let it settle. Then I'll get the horn nocks on.
The guy I'm making it for got in touch, he'd misinterpreted my comment about adding some sapwood onto the back. I meant a mere sliver at the nock to give a little extra wood to work with and to allow a nock be to filed in as a temporary nock without cutting into the back of the actual bow. See the first pic where you can see how the nock is mostly cut into the overlay rather than the parent wood. The whole overlay will get rasped away when the tip is prepared for the horn nock.
You can see the very tip of the overlay has got knocked off, if this had happened to the parent wood it would have been a bit irritating.
It's good to get the cosmetic details right having spent the time getting a bow tillered right. The sanding, scraping and finishing could be seen as tedious, but tackled a little and often it has it's own reward when the bow is finished. It's also an integral part of inspecting for any imperfections or problem areas.