Still progressing, if a bit slowly. Had to go back & fix a couple dumb-a** mistakes...par for the course. Tough to do something like this when you really don't have proper facilities for it & don't feel like freezing your butt off working outside .Not being able to lay your hands on a particular tool that you know you own, & having to run 15 mi round trip to replace it sucks, too.
I hate not being to able to find the tools when you need them. I have just about every tool in the book, but it is always the one you need that you can't find at the moment.
I try not to take the trip to town (about an half an hour each way) because I know from experience as soon as you buy a replacement, the original magically appears!