Our hallway will make your eyes bleed.
All we really have left to install is the flooring and baseboards, which is a little obnoxious since P has to do a majority of that (would *you* trust me with a circular saw?).
Our cabinets are all pretty, and, more importantly, smooth. It took 3 bouts of sanding and 4 layers of polyurethane to get them to stop feeling like they'll give me splinters when I touch them, but I'm actively happy with how they look. The place really was shit when we got it. Now it is slightly less smelly shit. I mean, really, who puts doors up ( the door to the coat closet) without sanding the edges?! We've replaced most of the broken doorknobs now. Still to come is the broken toilet >_<. (Really, all of the bathroom... the cabinets in there are unbelievably shoddy and ugly. Its clear that the previous owner was a believer of "as little money as possible to keep the rent flowing").
In its defense, once we ripped out the dirty-gray rubber baseboards, the place looked at least 50% better. We'll probably get another major aesthetic improvement by covering the vinyl in the hallway with the underlayment for the wood.
Still, even staying within our 10k repair/furniture/appliance budget, we've managed to do alright. We need to buy a new oven and a microwave, at the very least. We'll probably put in a dishwasher before we sell, but I'm in no hurry. The stove actually works, despite being ancient, so that's on the secondary replacement list. I do want a gas stove, though, so it might drift over into the "Avani impulse buy" list :-P. (I've apparently decided that I cant stand fiberboard for anything weight-bearing... our next move is going to involve lots of heavy heavy things!)
Still to buy / move from Albuquerque: desk, some better form of compact guest bedding, coffee table,
Possibly: Bar, actual dressing table (basically a mirror with a little drawer and an accompanying bench).
Sometimes I wish I was a Sim. They get away with spending all their money on furniture :-)