It’s amazing! I have a little more room in my shop. I got the computer station finished up and installed with the help of a friend who knows installation. I’m glad I had his help. I am surprised at how out of plumb or square the room is, considering that it’s a new addition. From wall forward, the floor drops by 1/4″ in 24″. across the width of the alcove the floor has a hump in the middle that is matched by a bump out from the wall. It required a lot of shims to get the “toe kick” leveled for the cabinets. Then, in addition, the windows slope from right to left by close to 1/2″ over 13-1/2 ft. (This is greater than the slope in the floor.) Wouldn’t be a problem but for the fact that the desk top barely fit under the window trim. I had 1/8″ clearance on the left hand side and had to re-level the toe kicks to get that much clearance.
The outlet holes lined up pretty good because I had made a full size template of the outlets before cutting the cabinet backs. I have to admit the holes are a stark contrast to the cabinet backs but the client seems to be ok with it. I suggested sliding covers but with plugs in the outlets, the covers would probably have to be in the opened position anyway.
Here are some picts: