The LOML wanted a new entertainment center. She wanted it made from red oak, her preferred material. When finished, it will be over 73" long. It will have 4 doors...the outside 2 doors are raised panel doors and inner two doors will be "faux" divided glass doors.
At Jim O'Dells recommendation I ordered a couple Infinity saw blades. I am impressed with both but their "Glueline Ripper" is incredible! I believe you could go to glueup immediately after ripping with it.
I needed some router bits for the raised panel doors and elected to order a matched set of rail and style (cove) bits, a 3" raised panel bit (cove) and a matched edgebanding set from MLCS in the Katana line. The rail and stiles bits, and the raised panel bit work extremely well! I will get into using the edgebanding bits when I get into making the sliding shelves. The Katana bits are a little more money but work very well!
Here's a couple photos of one of the raised panel doors dry fit: