Here's some updated pics on the final pour after the seal coat. The bar top and drip tray turned out great...smooth as glass. The bar rail has a few ripples because of the curves, but it's not too bad. It's tough controlling the pour on a curved surface. Overall, I'm pretty happy with the final result. I let the etex bottles sit in bucket of room temp. water for about 20 minutes to get them up to 70 degrees. Just make sure they don't fall over in the bucket because they are not sealed under the cap! As others have mentioned, a torch is a must to kill off the air bubbles. I ended up doing the rail twice. On the second rail pour, I taped off the bar top with blue painters because I wasn't about to do the bar top over again and used just a brush. It came out better since I let the etex sit for about 10 minutes before applying.
Finally installed the oak cabinet handles (IKEA - $0.50 a piece and a great find).
The speakers finally installed along with the faux HVAC vents to cover up outside water/sprinkler shutoff valves.
I had to pad this vent out an extra 3/4" because I was too lazy and didn't want to stop sheetrocking and cut the pipe to move the valve another 45 degrees upward.