Some lessons learned: Veneering is challenging! I am sure this is old hat to many of you, but for the rookies, I want to point out some of my mistakes/concerns. First, consider the grain direction of the veneer. Most of the custom subs and cabinets I viewed on the web have the grain pattern in a vertical direction on the side of the box. Well the 4x8 sheet of veneer I purchased had the grain running horizontal to the 8' side. What this meant was that to wrap my sub, the grain would be horizontal on the sides. So I realized I either purchased the wrong piece (I dont know if there is an option in grain direction), or I just needed to purchase a larger sheet. Second is wrapping the rounded over edges of the cabinet. Again this works great if the grain is running vertical as you are bending the veneer with the grain. I am bending across the grain, so I will have to be very careful not break the veneer. I am a bit concerned. You definitely need to use the largest radius round over bit you can get your hands on. I am in the process of doing the legs first so I can get a feel for the process. I figure if I screw those up it wont be as bad as messing up the cabinet! I'll post again after I work on the cabinet. Any comments are welcome.