i was reading a book that i recently purchased through the wood workers book club, i don't remember the exact name but it was along the lines of making your first wood working shop. and with this book came a plan to make one of these acorn benches. im sure that if i start making this bench with these "dogholes" i'll understand what the heck they are for but right now im lost!!!! anyways, i was looking through the book and i must say it's quite interesting and gives a lot of details for the people like myself who are just beginning. the plan they give looks very detailed but would anyone happen to know how hard it is to make a workbench? in one of my latest posts "laminated pine defect" i mentioned how when i made dados, the wood warped due to not gluing the project right away, i let it sit over night without gluing. if i were to start a workbench, im guessing that i will not have the time to finish it in one day and would have to break it up into days. heres my question, now that i have created one project that bowed, how do you keep a project like the workbench pieces from bowing if they can't be glued right away? HOW DO YOU MAKE A BIG PROJECT THAT OBVIUOUSLY WON'T GET DONE IN ONE DAY AND NOT HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE WARPING???????