@telehort - thanks for the post. I appreciate your wisdom since you own one of these trailers.
I guess it breaks down to this though. Once you learn how to do something that you had no idea how to do before...it becomes easier. Same holds true with building an oven...or anything for that matter. Once you learn what the basic components are, the terminology, the parts, what the steps are in building it, and major things to consider...you can put something together. The second time around, you become more efficient...you'll have the knowledge and develop muscle memory. You learn what to do differently, and you improve the process. I think the major difference with me wanting to put my oven together, is I'm not doing any of the actual work...I'm leaving that to the experts. There is no way I would want to build a trailer, or cast an oven....I just want to act as the general contractor and organize everything....but with this role comes the task of discovering and uncovering every bit of information that is essential to the success of the project.