Thanks to Ron Sutphin and Keith Anderson I've completed my first bike frame. The fillets aren't the prettiest or most perfect, but they're solid and the frame is super straight (at least according to the alignment table I was using). I learned a ton along the way and made a few mistakes, but the frame came out great and once I do a bit more filing and sanding it will be heading back to Oregon to get some paint by Keith.
Hopefully this is the first of many, even if I only build one every year or so. I'd also like to thank everyone here for their various posts and the healthy dose of reality you bring to the craft. Frame building is a difficult but fulfilling process and the info and perspective shared here is quite helpful, even if its not what a lot of people want to hear.
I'll post an after-paint photo in a few weeks.