Well, we went to remodel the "only complete" bathroom that we have. It has turned out to be a quite sour venture in a series of steps that makes it harder and harder to do.
Step 1: remove Toilet, vanity/sink and floor
Step 2: learn that floor is rotted, and mold is on the underneath of the floor as moist gas comes up from the sewer pipe and wets the underneath of the boards
Step 3: stand back, plug nose, and say Ewww.... as it stinks horribly
Step 4: head to the local homestore and speak with incompetant teenage lackies who know nothing of what a sub-floor is.
Step 5: learn that house pipes have corroded to the point that you can no longer see light through the pipes when held up to the lightbulb.
Step 6: replace pipes, and find that during soldering the copper, that you started a small fire in the walls, only to be put out carelessly by a person that thinks a bucket o' water will do the trick.
Step 7: replace strip of wall that water went through as it destroyed the drywall as it went down
Step 8: put in floor
Step 9: put in linoleum
Soon to be:
Put in toilet, sink/vanity (new one) and put tiles on the back wall.
We have been needing the remodel in a long time, now that we got to it.. we have pulled the whole in-city family in to help as each one knows something the other doesn't
This has turned into a royal nightmare