I've been a member for a while but this is my first post. This seems to be the place to go for kit builds. So I'm building my first amp - it's going to be a bit of a Frankenstein. Cabinet is going to be homemade, chassis is from Weber, parts kit and turret board will be from mojotone, and I'll be using Classic Tone transformers. My first questions relate to the cabinet itself - for those of you with experience building cabs. I grabbed some plans off of TDPRI: https://www.tdpri.com/threads/5e3-cabinet-build-square-or-angled-front.468297/ 1) The cabinet is going to be classic box / non-slanted. So for depth, I was going to go with 9.5" based on the deeper panel shown in the plans above. Accidentally bought 9.25" width wood. Obviously a 1/4" difference isn't huge - I'm planning on making the speaker baffle last so that I can for sure fit the speaker in the cabinet with the loaded chassis - anything I'm not thinking about here? Will the 9.25" work? 2) Going with finger-jointed pine. Got my finger / box jig all set - that was a learning process in itself. I'm not going to tweed the cab - I really like the look of amber shellac on pine. With that said, after gluing the cab together, I'm going to round-over the finger joints with the router to add to the aesthetics (so it's not just a square box). With finger joints, would you first sand the edges of the box joints flat and then put them through the roundover bit? Or would you use something like a flush trim bit to get the edges even and then put the cab through the roundover bit? I want to minimize chipping and issues with the roundover - I'm confident to do it on the edges with a single board - it's just the jointed areas that I'm concerened with. Any help is appreciated!