I knew the body work on my 79 was going WAY too smooth! I finished the entire body shell, and only had to replace the floor boards, but other than that, it was completely rust/bondo/dent-free. Until I stripped the driver's side door. It's obvious someone did a half-ass job, they started to pull the dent (actually seems like at least two probably 4"x5" dents) but decided to fill the rest of it with filler. I know that there is nothing wrong with filler, but in some places they got it at least 1/4" deep....too much?? I have three options: 1. Take it to a body shop, but the down side is expensive and I will not learn how to fix it myself. 2. Re-skin the door, but I am concerned that the aftermarket skins are not as good as factory plus the amount of labor and cost would rival taking it to the body shop. 3. Use a stud welder/slide hammer (the inner door brace prevents me from coming at it from the inside). I'm leaning towards this method, and was looking at a cheap Harbor Freight ($99) stud welder kit. I don't need a $400 kit, as this will (hopefully) be the LAST dent in my project. Any suggestions/tips/advice?