So, I am in the process of building my deck. Well about to start. Wellll, someone else is about to start, I am paying for it : ) It is turning out to be very very expensive deck, which I dont know what I was hoping for trying to go all the way around it, but anyway, I am thinking about different ways to build the deck around the toprails. I originally thought I wanted to go under because that gives it a real clean look in my opinion. But I think I have decided against that. Sooo, I thought I wanted to just go over the top rail and stop it right at the edge of the top rail on the inside. After pondering this for a minute, I think I have decided against that as well, due to replacing the liner and I am not sure how I would like that look. So my next idea, and this is where I would like some input, is to run a piece of composite around the edge of the deck, closest to the pool, perpendicular to the other boards, and attach another piece of composite to that at a 90 degrees angle. So essentially, you wont see the top rails at all. When you are looking at the pool while you are in it, you will see a piece of composite. And when you are standing on the deck looking down, you will see a piece of composite. Has anyone ever tried this and what do you think about it?