Great minds think alike, we take the same approach.After reading a recent thread I noticed some of you might be caulking wood to wall when the wood is natural/stain-grade. Now, I am not the caulk police, but the only time I'd ever consider filling a gap from a wall or ceiling to stain-grade trim is if there were massive gaps and the customer has made a special request. Other than that, I've always believed that the gap should be minimized by the carpenter, not filled by the painter. I'm not saying my way is right and others are wrong, I'm just curious as to how others do it.
That said, how many of you are caulking walls & ceilings to stain-grade trim? Do you caulk it or don't cha? That's the question.