After the front triangle came the rear triangle and the dreaded rear wheel alignment. This is supposedly the hardest part for the novice frame builder. It took about 3 hours to get it where I wanted. But when I was done, I was feeling pretty good about the bike working out.
After I had that done it was on to seat stays. The caps I ordered were way heavy (100 grams). So I shaped them a ton and tried to bring down their weight, as well as add some aesthetics. I am going to work on mitering so I can do without next time. The seat tube/seat stay miter is supposedly the most difficult to do. And I can see why with the tough compound angles.