Here's an unusual DiResta's Cut project:
Jimmy's got a friend who's a fan of artist Paul R. Evans, and owns two of Evans' pieces. Said friend would like a third, custom-built to hold stereo equipment, but he can't exactly commission one; Evans passed away in the late '80s. So he asks Jimmy to work up an homage piece.
There's a lot of great building tips and tricks in this one: How to evenly space multiple components along a lengthy surface, when not to use a ruler, quick hold-down and clamping tips, an efficient router jig and more: