I've been commissioned to build a PKD in the same Stealth style. The process is pretty much the same, aside from some painting techniques that I will elaborate on later, so there won't be as many detailed posts of the process.
Here's the kit after a test fit.
With the lessons learned from my previous build, I was able to fabricate the main spring assembly with higher fidelity.
This time I rubbed graphite powder on the stainless steel components instead of Alclad, and I used matte black as the base coat for the upper receiver and trigger guard instead of gloss black for a dry gun kote finish. Here it is at about 70% completion. I wasn't happy with the finishing on several parts so I've had to strip their paints and redo. I'm also waiting on a few replacement parts and the light kit.
With a hand drill, you could simply tap the screws directly into the holes. Just do it slow to avoid over tapping.
The cylinder pin suffers the most abuse, so it's a good thing it's not visible most of the time. In fact I'm already planning to replace it with a metal pin in my next build. I haven't disengaged the bolt much, but the paint has remained intact thus far.