Re: I Really Hate Working on Walls . . . Ok Sherrel was asking for some progress photos and this may not look like much but it is progress. Really. Especially the clean up of all the dust, tools, etc. I don't like clutter. The photos show the wall with two coats of Bondo covering the seams between the hardboard and the drywall. I was a little hyper last night and got two coats of Killz sealer on it so it will be difficult to see the seams. If you were there in person you would see the seams because they are rough. Next step is to add a coat of the finish paint (so I can see the bad spots better) and then smooth out the rough areas with regular drywall mud. It usually takes a couple of passes for this to look decent and the drying time for the drywall mud is longer with the winter weather. It may be several days before it is finished. Once completed I will add a couple more shots. What may be more interesting is the benchwork that will go in here. I have received generous offers of help from Bob Wintle, Mike Peters, Bob McKeighan and Keith Robinson so give us a little time and we can make it look more interesting. One final thing, I was not able to design the railroad intelligently enough to hide the support poles so they will be in the way a little. Some have asked if they are dancing poles (Springer fans?) but they are not.