I'll admit in advance that this may come across as a weird or dumb question, but I'm just looking for input from someone more experienced. I'm looking for some cake rings to use in the future for entremets or also just regular cake assembly, and was wondering if there's a "standard" height for them. It seems entremets are usually 2" high or shorter, but layer cakes are generally much taller. I found a baking supply store that sells stainless steel ring molds in virtually every height, from 0.5" to 4", and so ideally I'm looking to get the most flexible height, rather than having to buy multiple rings of the same diameter. Would the best option just to get taller 3" rings? Although it may be a bit more difficult to smooth out the tops for a perfectly flat surface for shorter entremets, they seem to be the most flexible for whatever cake assembly purposes I may need them for.