Tiling countertop with undermount Sink
First time posting here. Getting ready to do a project in my kitchen which is tearing off my 50 year old tile and tiling again with new tile. Can't afford a stone top, don't want Formica, so this is about my best bet. I am replacing the old single tub porcelain sink with a single stainless sink. (Wanted to post a link to one I'm looking at but I see linking is not allowed)
I do not want the sink to be a drop in rim mount, I want it flush under the tile like the existing one is.
Right now I'm reading like crazy for tips on tiling a countertop with an undermount sink. Going to tear off old top completely, replace with 3/4" plywood and 1/2" Hardiebacker board, then 12" tile (my countertop is simple, 2' x 10'9").
My main concern right now is how to trim out the tile around the sink. I want to do it as simple as I can and would rather not use quarter round tile around the sink if I don't have to. That's the way my existing one is right now and I'm not really fond of the look of it.
I'd love to hear pointers and advise from you guys cause I know it's going to help me in the long run. Thanks