Drilled the holes to attach the front (hex screws) and rear (rivets) panels today, as well as gluing more of the chassis together. The longer strip of angle is just there for support, if you look carefully you'll see why it's clearly needed and the ideal thing to use. Note also the position of my coke glass. And here are the 'after' shots. First, Pepsi. Complete with Aluminium filings. I was feeling a bit low on Vitamin B12 anyway... And the holes here, pictured is the front panel, with 3.2mm pilot holes drilled, prepping for a 4mm drill to fit the M4 hex screws - not sure of the correct term, they're not hex head, they're round head with a hex/allen face; if anyone knows please enlighten me So on to gluing - I fitted the bottom two angles today which will connect the front and rear chassis parts (pictured in earlier posts) together. Here's the Araldite applied liberally, as it semi-exploded and started coming out from the bottom as well as the top -_-. Plenty wasted. I'll be emailing for freebies. And finally, here it is all shaping up - the beam on the top is just balanced to give more of a pictures, the bottom two are only glued on the left (what will be the front).