Hi Christian and Francois,
@christianoreilly: Christian, thanks for the information! We would love to use UNC atlas because we are running large longitudinal and cross-sectional infant and toddler MEG studies so we need templates for different age (3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 36, and 48 months). They only have surface folders available to be downloaded. Also the reason they don't provide inner_skull, outer_skull and outer_skin surface perhaps is because most templates have been skull stripped and there is no face information?
At the moment my brainstorm pipeline relies on the Oreilly_1y template. However for the longitudinal subjects, those infants are now toddlers, so I am running into issues whether or not to use the Oreilly_1y template for 2 year old kids who don't have MRIs, or to use a high-quality 24-months old MRI as a template for those older kids.
@Francois: We downloaded the template but it only provides analyzed format and not the nifti format, so we can't run freesurfer on it. Do you have the nifti format of Oreilly_1y template?
@christianoreilly: Do you mind explaining was wrong with the Oreilly template?