I bought the Corian from a guy on e-bay. He was selling smaller pieces, so I e-mailed him and asked if he could sell me a bigger piece. He said he could, but the color choice was Aurora (which I liked), and I'd have to pick it up....in Indiana! (I'm in Southern California) I paid for $hipping. I asked a couple of solid surface fabricators in the area...one guy wanted over $400 and one wanted about $600. They obviously did not know how to bid small jobs! I wanted to do it myself because I knew if I pulled it off, it would be the way I wanted it, not the way they think that it should be. I couldn't find anybody in the area who would sell me a remnant, so I had to resort to e-bay.
I haven't attached anything yet...everything is just sitting in place, but I'm going to use either double sticky tape or liquid nails. Not sure yet. I was so excited that I didn't mess it up that I wanted to share it!
The cutout for the sink is around 14 x 17 with the actual outside rim measurements of the sink being 15 1/4" Wx 18" D. It's a Blanco and yes, it was an expensive $ink, but Clete (husband) doesn't know how expensive. He told me to buy what I wanted, so I did! He doesn't read the forums, so it's our little secret. I bought it from Needplumbingsupplies.com. The shipping was free...
I think it's model 501-205.
I'll make cutting boards out of the areas cut out for the sink and stove.