So I’ve gotten this far:

But before I try to wrangle a perhaps too complex newbie answer from these outputs, is there an easier one I’m missing?

So I’ve gotten this far:

But before I try to wrangle a perhaps too complex newbie answer from these outputs, is there an easier one I’m missing?

You can use `evaluate box`, with u,v,w set to zero (for min) or 1 (for max)

Thanks for the tip!

Could you explain to me why the Y output, which seems to contain two values, becomes only seemingly the maximum value once you plug it into a number node? What if I wanted the minimum value?

simply put:`deconstruct box` returns the domains on x,y,z axes. (e.g. on y axis, your box starts from so and so up to so and so) if you plug this in a `number` it turns this domain into a number (maximum minus the minimum)