Hi, I've bought a kitchen and had a kitchen fitter lined up to fit it for me, however due to delays on some building work I'm also having done I'm going to lose that booking. It now seems unlikely that I'll be able to get a kitchen fitter in before Xmas, so am thinking about doing it myself. I'm no tradesman but a reasonable DIY'er. This kitchen is costing me a fortune so I dont want it to end up looking naff, but I'm running out of other options. The kitchen has come from www.diy-kitchens.com, all the units are pre assembled with doors fitted. Granite worktops being fitted by someone else. There are 10 base end panels, 1 island back panel, 5 high end panels, a couple of infills and a corner post that needs making that will all need cutting. Its the accurate measurement and cutting of these that worries me a bit. Should I be worried? Any other likely issues I am likely to encounter? I've got a circular saw, but would be happy to spend some money on something better that will hopefully make straight lines fool proof - what would you suggest for this? I've got 60m2 of engineered oak floor and new skirtings through to do afterwards so will get some use out of it. Thanks for any advice, either way.