Even with the best plains laid out there will always be complications, alterations, and some frustration when it comes to the finishing touches for any build. While at the Bakersfield Museum of Art installing the Randall Stout exhibit I found this out firsthand. As such I was one of the most valuable people to be there, with the ability to think fast to fix the mistakes of others, whether student or professional. Throughout the build I had learned that everyone had forgotten certain things about the exhibit space that needed to be altered in some way to accommodate what was existing in the first place. This included the addition of more wood to cover up eyesores, adding ceiling panels, even mirroring the entire front exhibit. As such I am glad that it is all finally over. Now it just needs to last another three months.