One of the first things I did was change the panels in the doors to something with straighter grain and I am real please with the change. A dry fit of everything but the breadboard ends on the top and hinge strips.
The drawers are a piston fit with a 1/16 inch clearance all the way around so I used a a bottom runner just to keep them aligned when you open and close the drawer. Just a runner down the center of the drawer case and two in the bottom of the drawer. I taped the center one to the bottom of the drawer then with a double thickness of paper as a spacer I screwed the two outer ones in place in on the bottom of the drawer.
I took the center piece and using double stick tape, placed it on the center line in the drawer case then put the drawer in place and carefully pushed it closed keeping it centered by using a 1/16 inch shim on both sides. Once it was closed and flush with the front, I pushed it back out just enough to get a spring clamp on the back end of the slide and then drill and screwed it in place. After this removed the drawer and drilled and screwed the front in place. By doing it like this it allows the center runner to self adjust as you close the drawer. As you can see the first screw snapped of so I had to drill a second hole and I will just plug and sand the first.
This process was made easy by the fact that I had the drawer case (circled in the second picture) just setting on my bench, it hadn't been installed at this point.
I needed to drill some shelf pin holes but the jig that I have wouldn't go in the corners far enough, so using the jig as a template and a forstner bit, I took a small, thin piece of scrap and made a smaller jig and taped it in place to drill the holes.
First thing I actually did when I went out to the shop was glue up the pieces that make up the top and by now that was dry. I ran it through the drum sander a few times, cut the notches in the corners to go around the back legs then sanded it to 180 and lastly added the breadboard ends. The top is 3/4 inch thick and the breadboard ends are just under 7/8 so it creates a nice shadow line. The grain lines up in the top a lot nice then it looks in the picture. when i finished sanding I wiped it down with a little mineral spirits and it really looked nice if Ido say so myself.