I also learned that taking a 2 month break between making initial cuts on this and finishing it probably was a bad idea. That gave my first set of cabinet panels and stuff time to warp and cup and all that. Everything else was basically purchased and cut within a day or two after that.
These cabinets definitely aren't perfect. All the reveals aren't perfect and there are errors here and there that I know will remind me about the importance of doing stuff right. I learned a lot about how to measure for doors and drawer fronts. I know that any set of cabinets I make in the future will definitely turn out better because I know better about what I'm doing. Many of the things that I read about in my books that seemed utterly confusing are now extremely clear. Nothing like some learning by screwing up.
Overall, I'm happy with them, though. My tools have a home, I have a workbench that's functional and usable for my future projects, and I got to put my table saw through its paces to see how it would do. I'm definitely happy with it, and know I'll get good use out of it in the future.