I took a different approach to this situation. Not unusual for me.
It seems to me that as like the fella who goes to ACE Hardware and gets a drill motor, drill bit index, center punch and hammer when all he wants is a hole.
All I want is when the cheek touches the stock the sight picture is "there." There are many ways to achieve that condition. The trend seems to using delrin, bending it properly, drilling holes in the stock then allowing up/down adjustment with some fancy screws.
The other way mentioned is to very carefully cut out a piece of the stock do some drilling, insert some rod, all thread and an adjusting nut. Doing this and ending up with a rock solid system doesn't seem compatible with the unskilled hand.
On the negative side drilling, cutting and inserting stuff on a piece of choice wood or a $700.00 or so stock does nothing but devalue it.
So, use self sticking velcro, a wooden or leather spacer of the proper thickness (personal to you) and a piece of leather cut to shape and you have what you want with no marring of the stock and is quickly removable for cleaning etc. It always goes back to the original position. A proper slant, with a little bit of tinkering, can also be repeatably achieved.
Removing the cheek rest is easily done. Goof Off removes the velcro sticky. The stock isn't devalued.
If you want to be the talk of the range use leather with the hair on.