Hi Folks. So I got involved in replacing a bathroom sink faucet and so far it's been a royal PITA! The homeowner originally tried to remove the old hardware and stripped the brass under the sink to the point that I had to dremel out one of the pieces from the top. Did I mention I'm not a professional myself, just a handy guy who puts myself out there for some extra cash? Anyway I'm no pro. I've got most of the new hardware setup and installed and realize the homeowner didn't purchase supply lines. I'll pick those up today, no big deal. What is a big deal (at least to my lack of knowledge and experience is connecting the supply lines and that stupid plunger for the sink stopper. I'm including some pictures in hopes that some of you will be able to offer some advice, do's, don'ts, etc. You'll see in one of the pics that the plunger is tight and doesn't seem to line up due to the other hardware sticking down from the center part of the faucet. Can I bend the copper? Can I reorient the spout to try to get the plunger to line up? I really want this to be over, I spent way too much time last night sweating under this woman's sink. Any help or constructive advice is truly appreciated. Thanks for reading.