The glue between the cabinet top and the counter top didn't hold.
And we still have to remove about a fingerwidth of wood from the old cabinet before the sink will rest properly.
But I hooked up the hot water feed on the sink so that the new faucet would act as a hot water shutoff valve and we turned on the house's water.
Little did I know that someone had turned the cold water on under the sink.
Luckily Mark heard what he describes as a geyser under the sink and turned it off all the way.
At least I got a shower.