The next step was to insert the monitor.
I used 2 rips of plywood to secure the monitor into the routed channels that it sat in. Then, I proceeded to make all the connections (power supply, hdmi, 1/8" stereo jack, usb interface for controls, etc) into the Raspberry Pi.
I was then ready to power up the raspberry pi!
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