Just uploaded images for the Z assembly and Printbed at the usual place (http://flic.kr/s/aHsjzFtkXp
Z assembly (instructions with BOM) starts here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cahorton/7001506608/
Printbed (instructions with BOM) starts here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cahorton/7149122635/
As I mentioned before, I'm not doing photos for the bridge since Russ has that covered (and mine is built!).
I think the last thing I have left to do is run the cables and hook up the power supply. I may do one more set of photos on the cabling otherwise that's probably it! Maybe I'll also try to do a final count of nuts/bolts since (as of today) the BOM is off by a factor of 2 on nuts and I ran out of various bolts along the way.
If someone feels moved to take my pictures from flickr and put them into the wiki, please do. They're CC non-commercial.
Today's hint #1: check your screws have room before tightening them, when they fit inside the laser cut wood. I had a few instances where the screws fit EXACTLY into the groove, which meant any tightening would cause the shaft to push into the piece with the nut, possibly breaking the wood. I had to file the screws down so this wasn't a problem.
Hint #2: If you lose a ball-bearing from a linear bearing, it is possible to put it back! Tap the linear bearing on the table opening-down so the ball bearings settle to the bottom end. Without tilting the bearing, rotate it around the hole looking inside at the top for the line of ball bearings that has an opening in the top spot (this requires a flashlight or equivalent). Gently tilt the bearing on its side, and carefully position the runaway ball bearing on top of the open spot. Apply gentle pressure to push it back into place. This worked for me after two ball bearings popped out.