I have been in the middle of assembly fitting. It's all kinds of... wonky? -I have a few crooked things here and there. I left the port holes so I could just screw a fitting in, trace it, and cut the hole to fit. That's one of the few parts I did that deliberately. The rest is just memory farts. -I got the round side panel slats done. -Oof. I'm not sure what happened with the fit there. -Here I'm fusing slats to turn a bunch of brackets into a panel part. The packing cellophane came out to protect the other bits. -You wonder how I damaged my press before? I have it tipped here so I can drum sand out a spot. -I forgot to leave space for the fitting, thus the sanding. -Note the mess of notes. -Here's some more test fitting. I finally have enough together to put it right-side up, but I'm wondering about how sturdy the base will be now. -There was a little confusion at this point trying to get the front ring to fit. Surely I wouldn't do something crazy like flush fit the two curved surfaces to each other? -EGAD! I did! So I had to grind the edges down to fit. You can see some blue marker was used to make the edges easier to see. So that's where I'm at now. See you in a month... maybe. Thanks for coming by.