Well, I've been a little lazy the last couple of weeks. Maybe some feedback will help motivate me. If you've missed the previous run on my project, you can get up to speed here: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=127505 I did OK cutting everything and got the cab put back together after taking out 4 inches from the middle. Then I really agonized over cutting the roof. I don't know why. It's only metal and I can put it in or take it out as needed. Here's a couple of pics of the cut lines and the mock up after the longditudinal cut and the first fitting. I need to do a little more trimming to narrow the front a bit more, then I think I can tack the roof back together and make the lateral cut. I will be adding about 2 inches there, so it will go much more quickly. This has been the toughest part so far. I think the A pillars will be more frustrating, but fewer unknowns there. OH, those homemade panel clamps and clecos have saved my ass! Well worth the effort. Anyways, let me have it honest. I think the proportions are becoming clear and some didn't think it would work. How am I doing now?