I spent two hours making sure ( see update to the previous post ) that no borkage had occurred. A few holes did need to be widened, but since the rivets tend to expand out I don't think any problems will arise.
My thoughts now go to 7H2-7 and how to determine the cut that needs to be made. The instructions say to "cut to clear the elevator" but the elevator does not exist yet!
Tuesday the Seattle Eastside EAA has it's monthly meeting so work will have to happen again on Wednesday.
Now here is some real borkage courtesy of my childhood:
Horiztonal Stabilizer: 9 hours spent ( 3h, 2h, 2h, 2h )
Rudder Done : ~16 hours spent ( ~8h, ~8h )
Workshop Done: ~8 hours
Abe Vigoda: Alive