When it's wrapped up, i'll try snapping a photo of it for you paul. It's pretty simple though, just an interior wall removed, a box inserted, and then basically what ammounts to a "picture frame" around the outside to cover the gap between the box and wall studs. Really simple, just watch out for pipes/wiring while you're breaking through the wall really.
I bought a shelving Jig at Rockler last year as I noted, and it basically is just a guide (with a special drill bit) to drill peg holes into the wood in even steps on both sides so you can adjust shelves to how you desire. You have to buy then the little plugs to go into the holes that hold shelves. I'm having glass cut and beveled for my shelves so if I decide to mount an LED light or something, it'll shine down through.
I picked up brass hardware then to do glass doors, like on a stereo cabinet or something, and that I'll have cut/beveled when I do the shelves as well.
I just used pine/whitewood to do the box, and I had to box out around an electric line that goes to a light switch in the room. The switch plate I removed and put one I got at Hot Topic on clearance of the ANH Movie Poster.
I'm working on the frame for the outside now when i have time, and will add the glass then once the frame's done.
The pocket hole jig is a Kreg Jig. Worth every red cent. I have the mini... There's a mid-size I want though with clamps built on. They're pricey (the mini isn't though), but worth it if you're doing ANY kind of wood work IMO.