I agree with what has been said, dont stop now, get a good featherweight filler to get everything looking even. evercoat makes a great one. layers of primer, layers of primer (importaint enough to say twice, I thought my piece was going to look allot more flawed then it ended up judging by what i saw after the last coat of epoxy), its amazing how many imprefections you can get out with the light filler and primer, the more rubbery the primer the better for the curves.
I know you want it in and working but trust me in a few weeks any imprefections are going to make the voices in your head impossible to shut up. (this comes from personal experience with the voices )