In the .crv3d file I posted the tool path is set up to cut the pockets first, then the Vcarve decorations and bevels, then the profile. I recommend changing it to do the Vcarve stuff first, then the pockets, then the profile. If anything gets mis-registered it will be obvious before
it spends an hour cutting the pockets. Don't even ask why I brought that up ...
Of course, change the post processor to whatever your setup needs.
I use a Whiteside #1540 60 degree 1/4" diameter V-bit, a Precise Bits 1/4" diameter round nose end mill, and a 1/4" diameter flat nose down-spiral router bit from Lowe's that is made by Bosch. All are solid carbide.
There has been a lot of downloads, so maybe some will show up around here soon.CarveOne