I'm new to the carbon steerer world, and prefer to not fvck up $2,000ish worth of new forks for my bikes if I can help it. Whats the best way to cut the steerers when it comes time? For the 20-25 forks I've installed in the past, I've used a hacksaw or pipe cutter depending on what was available with equal success. I know with the CF a hacksaw will be the only option, but is there anything else I should keep in mind when doing so? I'm assuming slow is the key. Would taping the steerer help in reducing the risk of fraying/taking chunks out of the edge? I've heard a couple horror stories of the edge getting pretty chunked out if you go too fast. I'd like a nice, clean edge if at all possible.