Figured I would pick some other brains since mine is starting to hurt. The situation... Steel wall pool, who ever installed it should be shot. Walls are definitely not the most level or straight I have seen. We have to install bullnose around the pool, that will sit on our poured footing and on the steel wall. I originally called for 6x12 coping due to this fact putting majority of the coping on the footing. Customer now wants 4x8, which will put me half on half off now. I think I'm just being over cautious but I'm not too comfortable with the 1/2 sitting on the wall. I really can't glue it cause I'm not going to get the play that I need out of it due to the cr@ppy walls. I thought about putting mesh ontop overlaying it on the footing and tapping it into the walls. That would really only hold it one way though. I then figured I would milk the top of the footing, drill some 1/2" holes in the steel wall and do a rich mix on my mortar to make sure it holds and press it into the holes when were laying. Anyone else have any suggestions? I really don't want these things popping on me down the road.