So, today was my day off in Nashville TN and I spent a good part of it in the truck. Although first I stopped at Woodcraft and used their Festool saw and table to crosscut the glueup into the top and 2 sides.
I setup and routed the sliding dovetails in the sides. I routed from the back to the front, but stopped short. Did not want to see the dovetail from the front. I just lifted the router at the end of my run.
I used the Freud Tongue and groove set to join the drawer dividers. (I got real lucky and nailed the set up of both bits the first time.) Threee panels are the same, but the top is different. Not enough room to do a sliding dovetail at the top, so it is a half blind from the top. To allow the sides to move the sliding DT will only be glued in the front. For the top pieces, I will only glue the fronts in place. The T&G will be loose in the back to allow for movement
Here is a jig I made to rout the DT in the top pieces.
(yes if you scrolled to the bottom of part 1 you saw this post, but I just learned how to do the series thing)