Thanks, I've been trying to take my time and do it more or less what I think is right, but at the same time leave it in a relatively easily changed state too, so that if I find out I don't like something or it doesn't work right I can pretty easily tear it out and move on. By the end of the summer I would like to have it done to the point where everything is tested and I'm happy with it and it will be ready to go for years.
Right now shelves are on the agenda. I only have one now and it is installed like this.
That's a 5/4 oak piece that is held onto the side with a couple of those folding clippy thingies that are anchor bolts. Don't remember off the top of my head what they are called. I'm not at all sure this is the best way, but no nice pieces of free angle iron have come my way, so that's what I'm doing. That's one of the original fridge shelves and I fear it might be or at least have been zinc coated, though it was quite rusty before I polished it up. I'm going to replace that with some 1/2" 10 gauge expanded steel as soon as I decide the best way to cut the expanded steel. I'm not exactly sure of what the shelf spacing should be or how many I should plan for. Any suggestions?
I also have a setup at the top to hang sausages or fish from. I think I might have put it too high, but haven't decided yet. I either slide dowels onto it or hang S hooks from it.
That's about it so far, except for the thermostat.