Ok, I will check again; when I have seen it locally, it has been an expensive way to buy wood. I will reinvestigate. So far, I used it for the panel on cabinet door, and can see how it would make a nice insert material for what I have in mind.
BTW, I am just making boxes, which I also view as a way to practice for the furniture I am gradually making.
As much as I admire his skill, I think he's bonkers ;) The drilling w/ elbow grease is just too much. I have a table saw and enjoy using it. However, I've seen experts go both ways on dovetails, and the by-hand crowd might have a point. Of course, I have not purchased a good jig, which I would need to try. One book in my collection shows an interesting way to cut dovetails on a bandsaw using an angled surface and blocks of consistent width. Anybody know how a guy with a mill could make that :) It might be the answer.