Custom hardwood trim: Mention these words to finish carpenters and watch their eyes light up as they imagine awestruck homeowners fawning over their finish work. This is the realm of glory grabbers. Get it right, and you're a hero; get it wrong, and you've got an angry customer and an expensive fix. But good craftsmanship isn't the whole story. Dealing with hardwoods requires a familiarity with various wood species, longer lead times, and more attention to costs. You also have to be well organized. When working with stock pine, you can drive to the lumberyard for a couple of extra boards if you run short. Not so with hardwood, where material shortages can turn