Umm, sort of. It was about two weeks, in three couple hour sessions (interuptions due to kids school year end events, etc.). Slow mainly because the instructions as still in flux, and the only real documentation is the assembly videos which were not 100% accurate due to minor design changes.
The video are here... Assembly Videos - Printrbot Wiki
The Printrbot.com folks are still having growing pains due to difficulty with the various suppliers and ramping up from 100 kits to over 400+. I'd wait for a few more months before ordering. That way they'll have time to A) work out the bug in the supply chain, B) Get the new mini- and Large model refines, C) Get better build documentation created. They have also talked about eventually selling completely assembled one at some point.