Hello fellow wood working junkies. I am in the process of building a farm table from pin oak. I hope to finish gluing up the top today. the dimensions are going to be 42" wide by about 10' long. The boards for the top are going to finish out at about 1" thick and consist of 7 random-width boards to make up the 42" I am planning to make 4 square legs glued up from several 1" thick boards and taper cut with a basic apron to support things. I will want to assemble this in the house since it will be very heavy and hard to handle with the legs attached. (Is that a bad idea?) Anyway, I am wondering what is the best way to attach everything to have a sturdy table? I can imagine a wobbly table but really don't want that. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.