1) The wrap is really a big rectangle with sleeves, and when worn, the ends of the top of the rectangle and the ends of the rectangle drape into folds to form the fronts-- or wrap and overlap across the front of the body. Thus the usual knitted measurements are a bit hard to determine exactly: for instance the "bust" measurement depends on how the wrap is, well, wrapped. The shoulder to hem length is less variable, because the sleeves control the placement of the wrap on the body; however, note that this length does NOT include the fold-over part of the collar. Thus the actual length of the short side of the rectangle, from top of collar to hem, is about 31". The long side of the rectangle-- the top or bottom edge of the wrap-- for the M/L size is about 49". If you look at the photos you can also see that if left open and allowed to drape, the fronts end up being longer than the back (and longer than the 25" shoulder to hem length given, which is probably most accurate for the back).
2) In the original pattern I called for the zigzag rib sections to be worked in K1, p1 rib for 7 sts (WS: (P1, k1) 3 times, p1; RS: (K1, p1) 3 times, k1) for the 1st 5 rows, then inc 1 in each section as directed in the VK pattern, and THEN begin with Row 1 of the zigzag rib charts (continuing all other charts as established). The VK directions have you work the first 5 rows of the zigzag charts on only 7 of 8 sts (??). Okay...but the major problem with their directions is that the zigs and zags will not line up with the cable crosses in the double braided cable DBC) and reversible rib cable (RRC), as I intended (see photos of the back here), if you don't work Row 1 of the zigzag charts with Row 7 of the DBC and RRC charts.
Edited 9/4/08 to add: You must also decrease in these sections to work the k1, p1 rib at the Right Front edge, shortly before binding off: after completing Rows 1-24 of the Left and Right Zig Zag Rib charts 11 (14) times, on the next (WS) row:
Left: p2tog, [k1, p1] X 3
Right: [p1, k1] X 3, p2tog.
Cont k1, p1 rib as est until bindoff.
3) Sleeve decreases: Under "Dec rnd 2" the term "armhole edge" is introduced: "Work 3 sts tog at armhole edge." I find this confusing, because by now you are a number of rnds down the sleeve and away from the armhole edge. Anyway, here I would have said, "Work to 3 sts at center of moss st panel at center underside of sleeve and work these 3 sts tog-- 2 sts dec'd." Under "Dec rnd 4" I would have said, "Work to 3 sts at center underside of sleeve and work SK2P over these 3 (not 13!) sts.
4) Edited 8/12/08 to add: Row 21 of the double-braided cable chart should be the same as row 19, and Row 23 should be the same as Row 13.