Got done cutting up the wood and drilling the holes yesterday. These speakers will be replacing the KLH's you see in the first pic. Adire emailed me on Thursday saying itll ship today but I doubt it. I used a miter saw to cut out these pieces. On some of the longer ones I had to turn the wood around and cut from the other side. This was a lot quicker than using a circular saw with an edge guide. Just the pieces of mdf inside an 1.15ft^3 enclosure I built for a car. I plan on practicing on how to carpet it this weekend. 3ft^3 subwoofer enclosure that houses a Ascendant Audio Atlas 12 w/ 250W Rythmik Audio plate amp. Tuned to 25 Hz. Test fit the pieces and it fits perfectly. Small DVD collection I have starting about a month ago. Finding Nemo was the first one I bought because I wanted to test the new subwoofer when Darla is tapping the glass. I bought a hole saw kit at Harbor Freight (2.5"-5") for $5. For smaller holes Ill be using it with my brother's Milwaukee Hawg Drill (he's an electrician). For bigger holes, I just ordered a Bosch 1584AVSK Barrel Grip Jig Saw this morning for $130 on sale at Amazon.com Dont know if I was giving it too little or too much pressure to burn the wood. Myabe its just a nature of MDF for the dust to make it like that.