Sometimes I am not in the mood to listen to the roar or whine of a machine and I take the slower but more enjoyable way. Tonight I was going to glue the face frame to the last "box" for my wife's hobby room. I am building a desk height built-in work space for her. I realized that I had forgot to cut a rabbet on the left stile of the face frame. This is the side that will be scribed to wall and in order to make it easier to trim to the scribe line, I put a rabbet on the backside so I don't have as much to trim. I had one of the boxes sitting on the table saw and that helped me decide to get my moving fillister out and do it by hand. It was a good way to spend the short time I had and it was good to work on my technique. If you have ever cut a rabbet with a hand plane you understand how easy it is to mess it up. You really have to have your technique down. My mojo was working and the rabbet came out perfectly (square). Not that it was needed for this application.