I am talking to am authorised fearful builder and he posed me this question: "One thing that I'd appreciate your thoughts on. The issue we have had with the flatpacks is that the rebate channels we have been cutting to locate the panels can end up slightly shallow in places if the ply is at all slightly warped. This then causes problems bringing the panels together. So we are actually considering simplifying the process so we just supply the panels all pre cut (inc baffle holes, handle and connector plate holes), but with no locating rebates. We might also supply a couple of simple jigs to help get the port shelf set to the correct height etc.* Do you think that would make things too tricky for people? The issue is that it's never going to be "Ikea-easy", it's just a matter of how much DIY capability we require." I don't know how this would affect the cab?