Last night I put in a little time and completed a feather board which attaches to the BT3100's sliding miter table. I also completed cutting about half the pieces for the tenon jig.
It was pretty cool because I got to do several firsts:
-Worked with MDF for the first time
-Made a 45 degree miter cut on the SMT
-Cut a large sheet by myself (using roller stands to support it instead of having a human there to catch it)
-Cut a blind slot using the router table