Well, here's the final fit and finish. Snug enough that it doesn't move but won't mess up the couch. Not so ugly that my wife will hate me. And I can quickly grab the mute button when those stupid talking baby commercials come on. How many talking baby spots can there be? Can you try something original? They weren't even funny six years ago. Oh sorry, build one and tell us about it. Time for a test run.
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