I have an apron on the front of my bench and it is kind of a pain to find and pop up the dog above my face vise from below. I also have a veritas prairie dog on that end but it is about 7” inches from the front and a little to far out sometimes. So a flush bench stop sounded like a good idea to bring the little work close for comfort. Sir Sellers also has a good blog on the instal as well,https://paulsellers.com/2015/03/adding-a-flush-bench-stop/
These can be found around the world pretty cheaply. I chose to add it inline with my close dog row and use that cumbersome hole. To my delight, the stop adjuster fit perfectly above the hole, I must have meant to do that;) Started by a good knife wall around the perimeter.
Mortising to the various depths.
Routing for fit.
I used a couple 3/4” screws to secure it. I have a bad habit of just grabbing my cordless drill instead of actually using one of my twenty or so meat powered hole makers. I need to hide that thing.
Max height is around 5/16”.
So much easier staying above the plane here. So far I can recommend them. I’ll just exercise good habits to cut back on extensive sharpening sessions in case of tool contact. In good practice, I think all is well.
-- "My god has more wood than your god" ... G. Carlin.