I put myself through art school doing carpentry and woodwork. After School we started our own company designing and building theamed rooms in the Sacramento area. I was heart broken by the fact that these rooms were "disposable" and would be changed and painted over when the home owner would move or just got tired of it. That's when I decided to shift my focus to things that would be around for many more years, and got serious about woodworking. I have felt that everyone has something I can learn from, and in that mindset I have sought out the best woodworkers I could find. Which is the reason why I'm here. Like everyone I like the complements, but constructive criticism is how we truly learn and grow. So, please don't hold back, tell me what you're thinking! Thanks Q-ball