Good. a couple of key points if you don't already know them:
1. Go slow and clear your chips often by backing out every 1/2 inch or so. This will limit "walking" of the bit within the wood
2. Drill from both ends if possible and plan to meet in the middle.
3. If you don't wind up meeting in the middle, do not despair. Chances are when you drill your hook holes, it'll make them meet up in the end.
4. When possible, I try to drill before turning (poppers, pencils, etc.. where the thru drill is on center.. For metal lips, etc. where the drill hole is off center. I often thru drill afterwards. The point being if you mess up drilling before turning, you haven't wasted all your time shaping the plug only to ruin it.