I made this one using a generic #4 plane body, and stuffed it with an infill of my own design. It took me about three months to get it right, and I made the tote portion of the infill over several times. I kept messing around with different tote shapes and angles until I got what is comfortable for me.
The LN blade and chipbreaker are bedded directly onto the wood at a 52.5° angle - just a bit higher than the 'typical' high angle blade setting.
The wood is Honduras Mahogany, which was fairly easy to carve. Other than using a bandsaw for the initial rough cutting out, this plane was made using all hand tools - mostly carving knives and chisels, and oh yeah, quite a bit of work with Nicholson #49 and #50 rasps.
I'm pretty happy with it overall, and as you can see from the shavings, it does a pretty good job, too.