#2
at least half as much as it's worth... so i'd probly just go with a different guitar if it's a big deal to ya.
#3
inlaying is an art , some luthiers will do inlay jobs . if its a bolt on neck i would look at a replacement neck with the inlays you want
#4
So when its all said and done its just not worth it then eh? bollocks.... thanks team
#5
The only stupid question is the one left unasked.

getting your inlays replaced would cost a decent amount, and just isn't worth it. You could try some of those inlay stickers to see if they work for ya.

http://stores.ebay.com/Jockomo-Inlay-Stickers

I've never used em... but for <$10, can't hurt to try them instead of spending a lot on inlays.
#6
Inlays arent easy. And dots are put in holes that are deeper than an inlay like a Trapezoid or Blocks. So maybe finding a different fretboard of something would be easier. And yes, there is a way to take off a fretboard.