So I'll be doing a set for Addams Family in a few months. The set will end up with quite a bit of railing (approx 90'), both due to necessity of look (inside a house) as well as safety. I have in the past simply used basic square finials with 2x on top for cheap railings, but even painted well these didn't really look "right". From a budget standpoint (aiming for no more than $1000 for the whole set) the thought of spending between $250 and $350 on even the most basic milled top rail isn't the most appealing. I'm thinking of simply using 2x3 (finding the straightest 12 of them I can find) and simply routing a rounded edge on them. The 2x3 shape is close to basic hand rail size to begin with, so a rounded profile should make it look a little more accurate than a plain board. Seem like the right plan? Or does someone have any tricks on cheap hand rail? Thanks for any feedback in advance.