Rack is drywalled now (will post picture later), except for one board on the inside, still need to put in my temperature switch and run the wire to the inline fan (which I haven't bought yet). Going to drywall the panic room today, or at least start.
Yesterday was one of those days. Bought a couple of new TVs, one for the kitchen, one for the basement to replace an old rear projection monster set. I also bought a fridge for the basement which was delivered yesterday. I asked my wife what style she wanted and she said she liked the french door style with the freezer on the bottom. Did some research, took some measurements and found one that was priced a little more than I wanted to spent, but figured it would be OK to get what she wanted. Fridge is delivered, guys were in a rush, had to disassemble a wall right outside the basement doors to get the fridge in. The guys broke the outside light fixture. The fridge was tight in the space because of the base molding and the overhand of the counter. I had to pulled the base molding off and cu the counter down (laminant), my jigsaw blade broke, the cut came out crooked, but the fridge fit. The fridge is in the corner side of the kitchen area. Once I looked at the manual, it says you need 3" on either side of the fridge for the doors to open all the way, so I'm screwed on the right side. Also, the freezer drawer pulls out and If I put the base molding back in, the freezer wont open. So I'll have to figure that out of just not use the freezer.
On top of that, my son and I went to Lowes and bought 24 sheets of drywall. Typically I back up the neighbors driveway and just hoof the drywall into my basement entrance. They had cars in the drive yesterday, so I figured I'd wait and just take a few sheets for the rack over. As I drive up our driveway, all the drywall slides out the back of my truck. It was a nice neat pile and nothing got broken, but there it was, on a hille in the middle of the driveway and now I had to do something with it. I dragged half of it down to the basement and stacked the rest of it in the garage.
On the TV in the basement, I drove about 20 mins each way to get a HD cable box from Comcast, only to find out that the box they gave me isn't working.
I did however post the old RPTV in craigslist for free and got about 5 responses within 15 mins. I've got a guy coming out in about 1/2 hour to take it away.