I've done fretwork before. But I've always hammered the frets in, checked them for levelness, then leveled with a 14" file, and then recrowned them.
This time around I've got a different idea in mind. This time, what I plan to do with high problem frets, is take them out and replace them. I want to get the frets seated evenly so that they're really close to each other in height, as close as I can get them, before I begin filing and recrowning.
Here's a better detail of the dot inlays.