I'm finishing up a cabinet for a Dayton RSS390 HO, and I want to paint the baffle satin or flat black. The rest of the cabinet will get cherry veneer. The baffle is already glued on, so I can either paint it now, or veneer first, mask the edge, then paint the baffle. One of those choices would be the best, but I sure don't know which. Should I try to lay the veneer so that it does not need to be trimmed at the baffle edge, or let it run over, and then trim it? I like using a roller, but would consider a rattle can. Please help, guys! I know any approach will work, but the right one will save me lots of pain.