The end guys are too long, obviously. The section is attached to the posts by zip ties. I am surprised how well they are holding as is but I figure I can get some couplings or sleeves to place where the fence needs to sit to help support the zip tied sections. The zip ties allow laying the fence at different angles and won't really show once painted unless you get right up on it.. Also they would come off easily so the fence can be stored flat. I love zip ties almost as muich as I love duck tape!
I priced it out and I can do the amount or sections I need for about $300, not includiung the fancy bits. I can afford that and the fancy bits too if I spread it out over a few months. Just not sure about trying to do these in the summer heat, even at night. ouf. We will see.
My other concern is staking out the posts to hold up the sections. I can only drive the rebar so deep in places in the yard. Middle TN is lousy with rocks about 6 inches under the topsoil. I am thinkiong some kind of shoe perhaps on the posts to give them more stability? The corners are going to have 8" square posts made of pipe and wood to look like wrought iron pillars that should help too. Also the entrance will have a taller version of those. Maybe an arch but I am not sure about that yet.
This is sort of what I am going for I think.