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  1. Hey Russ, here is my take on doors like this. -choose nice straight grain for your rails and stiles...........rift/quarter sawn. This helps prevent any racking/bowing of the frame. -Use mortise and tenon joinery to put the frame together. Personally I would use a cope and stick bit set along with M&T. -Glass should have a 1/16" clearance all around. I normally bed the glass inside the rabbet with some clear silicone. -If you still feel the frame is not ridgid enough you may want to add a muntin and split the lites into 4. best regards, nabs
  2. You may find a sharpening service listed here that will work for you: Best Regards, Nabs