Okay, this is a little embarrassing to post, but I will. Here's my latest project(s): a very basic handplane, banana for scale. The shape, color, how it rides, etc. does not matter to me; I whipped it up in 20 minutes. The thing that does matter is this was my first vacuum bagging project, and it went fairly well. And now I'm hooked, I'm trying to vacuum bag everything. My 9 year old shaped his own without any input from me and so I bagged that (red and yellow). As you can see, there's much I need to figure out (like vac bagging and cutlaps), but I've been getting some 1 on 1 advice from a prominent vac bagger in Florida and he's setting me straight. Oh yeah, I also bagged a broken cutting board that my 6 year old wants to use as a handplane too. On a side note, much respect to SharkB8, taping off those small handplanes are tough!