I always find that one of those "moments of truth" in any woodworking project is when the glue-up is completed. In this episode, I finally taper the legs and glue up the carcass components. I don't show every single detail, but there are lots of little things that have to happen before the glue-up. I pre-finished the floating side panels, routed the hinge mortises, and sanded all my components to 400 grit. Basically, anything that is easier to do before assembly should be done before applying glue to wood. But now I have a great idea what this thing is going to look like, and I can get going on the drawers and door panels. I still have a ways to go, but now I feel like I'm working with a piece of furniture, not just piles of wood, cutoffs, and sawdust.