Guys I need some help. I am trying to design a double dresser in Sketchup 8 (still a work in progress and still making design changes). I tried adding multiple layers and then constructing each piece of the furniture on different layers (aka left side, right side, drawer 1, drawer face 1, etc.). For some reason when I hide varying layers some of the pieces that are not associated (or should not be associated) with that layer are also hidden. I check the component info and it claims that it is its own piece on its own layer. I tried the plug in cutlist just to get a rough idea of how much lumber I need to find and when I try to select own component to be this wood or that wood multiple pieces change to that type of construction material (it goes back to being associated with other layers I believe). How do I fix this problem to make sure that each component is truly on its own layer? The model is too big to attach so you can see what I am talking about, but would be glad to email it if that will help someone trouble shoot. The problem is even affecting stuff that I built way off to the side of the model space to make sure nothing was touching so it didn't "magically" merge to other layers. But when I moved it to the final model it seems to have adopted the neighbors way of thinking. Please let me know of good ways to fix this (I really really really don't want to have to start over on the project).