Thanks! I think I'll be happy with them when it's finished. It's a little hard for me to look at them without my blood pressure rising. The vertical dividers are about 1/8" x 5/8" and are beveled and dadoed into the panels. I went to great lengths to find, layout, mill, etc. just the right two bookmatched panels for the front doors. I cut test pieces to get the look just the way I wanted it with the offsets and spacing. We were having our house painted and the night before I cut these, the painter asked me if I could help him build an ladder with a hook on one end to hang over the ridgeline of the house since his ladders wouldn't reach. I told him to get the materials and we could do it the next morning. Next morning I get everything set up. Dust collector, check. Double and triple check saw settings, check. Test cuts, check. Hearing protection, check. I cut the front door dadoes last to make sure everything is just right. So I'm cutting the right front panel, the last dado and the painter walks in the door behind me and calls out, "Mick!". It was just a little wiggle, maybe 1/8" x 2". I suppose I was lucky: 1. I didn't get hurt. 2. The painter didn't press charges. I did my best to repair the damage, but in the end, I had to reverse the panel and put the repair on the inside. Each panel is bookmatched, but the two panels are series matched, rather than bookmatched. Maybe a little Jimmy LaFave singing in the background!