Nah, didn't take a photo. The fore-end of the stock was just a cylinder and cut off square. I needed to cut about 10cm off the length then shape the schnabel fore-end (used a spokeshave a lot, then a file). The main job was that the stock was deeper than my existing stock and the holes for the action screws where also slightly out of parallel vertically, though fore/aft alignment was perfect (much better than the Remington stock which is very poor in this regard). This meant the action screws didn't reach through the stock. In fact this was a blessing because I ended up adjusting the ramp angle on the barrel in the stock relative to the comb and got a near perfect eye to scope alignment vertically, it was already spot-on left/right. The inletting wasn't too bad, needed to remove a bit more wood pretty much everywhere - better that than it being sloppy to begin with, you can't add wood! Bedding went smoothly. The laminate is not as nice to work as walnut and there are some locations where you can't get really "thin" edges (like the front of the comb) as you can in Walnut.The laminated stock is birch I think and quite soft compared to walnut - so easy to dent, but overall it should be more stable.
Scope is a Leupold VX II 2-7 X 33. The flip up lens covers Leupold make are fantastic, made of aluminium with good weather seals, good magnets and virtually silent in operation. They also screw into the scope rather than being pushed on (much better than the butler creek ones but more expensive of course).