I spent most of the day sanding. By hand. I started around 8 am using 220 grit to put a mild round over on all the corners of the legs & apron. I cleaned up the glue squeeze-out as I went along. When I got the corners like I wanted I took a double-cut file and rounded over the tops of the legs. Then I sanded those too. Once the legs and apron were acceptable I started working on the stand-offs that attach the base to the cabinet. I ended up make three because I split one when drilling out the holes. I like the idea of having the base separated from the cabinet with the
stand-offs. I don't think wifey cared for them too much, though. Maybe she'll change her mind when it's all finished.
1. Hand sanding detail is tedious and makes you sore.
2. The result of hand sanding detail is worth the time.
Oh yeah, and I don't absolutely hate the legs anymore.