Superewza, I use facebook cause a lot of my friends on there are following the build too. It's become a bit of a talking point when I go for a pint. I'm much more confident now about finishing on time, using danish oil on the body is going speed things up nicely. I'm really pleased with the finish on the back, I put about 6 coats on it last night and it's looking good. I'm quite sure I'm going to use it on the neck too.
As for the dimensions, of the top of my head I'm not sure but if you have a search here there are a few detail drawings in PDF form that will give you all the sizes you need. They're all to scale to so if you can get them printed out you can use them to make templates.
Scooby Snax, the problem when faced with so many malts is, you just don't know where to start! Obviously the really expensive ones had to be sampled though ;-)
The back of the body still has the warped panels that you get on an old barrel so it's not flat. Also, by the time I planed the wood down to get all the charring off and get flat areas to bond the the two halves together it ended up tapered, so it's still kinda rustic.
Did I mention it still smells of whisky? It's a shame you can't smell it over the net. I thinlined it to allow the wood to breath and dry out, it was still wet when cut or routeted.