Thanks for the compliments everyone. I have to admit that I feel a little silly sint hat I did all of this with hand planes. Originally I was using hand tools because I could get old ones for cheap online. But then I kind of got obsessed!
Jack plane, smoothing, Scrub, jointer, rebate skew rebate, simple and complex molding planes, Japanese razor saws, files... Goes on and on. I could have bought a used table saw, a power planer, and a variable speed router with a table and some specialized bits for just a little more money, and saved myself a lot of work! But I have to admit that I like the feel of hand planes, and the silence. Also the relative lack of sawdust (at least until I got my band saw).
Yes I did use a mujingfang round for the frame of the door. I really enjoy those planes! I actually used a mujingfang plow plane to cut the grooves for the panel, and to make a slot to guide the round plane. I don't like it as well as the rounds, it it's pretty cheap and it did the job. Not much fun to use though.
The molding is another small error - the cove goes so far into the frame that I can't really attach a knob where it ought to go. My workaround is going to be to use a handle instead and mount it a little off center flat area of the molding. Also considered drilling a flat bottomed hole with a forstner bit to fit the stem of the knob, but decided against it.