Hey guys A quick (and possibly noob-ish question) for yuz: I'm replacing a bathroom vanity. The cabinet itself is just screwed to the studs, but the one-by-four wood backsplash is cemented to the wall. Is there a way to pry it off without taking out a whole whack of drywall? Maybe some kind of special tool that can get in there and cut? Or do I just whack in the ol' pry bar, pull the thing off whichever way, then cut out the wall around the damage and put in a new section? Thought you might be able to save me some time and dust. Thanks! Home-destroyingly yours, Z.