So I finally got the doors up. I told you it wasn't a rush project. haha. I succeeded by using a new 60 tooth wood blade on the saw for making the cuts and rips. Then for the hinges I purchased a dremel trio and routed the grooves in the door. Definitely more time consuming than hanging a wood door, and a lot of beginning frustration, but once you get in the groove its worth it considering the price and knowing your using recycled wood. I'm very happy the feel of the door and privacy it brings in the home (Sound).
My last problem is when drilling the holes for the door handles. My 18v makita screw gun stood no chance. I went to the Home depot and was going to buy a Milwalkee 3/8" 2500rpm drill for $69. Then a general contractor who was browsing next to me reccomended the step up, the 1/2" Milwalkee drill for $119. I went with it because of his raves and now regret it. The 1/2" drill I bought only has 850rpms opposed to the 2500rpms on the 3/8". I believe the higher rpm is better for cutting mdf. I got through the work, but it wasn't easy, and took time. I'm thinking of returning the heavy duty drill, and going with the higher rpm one for future work, in less anybody can tell me some pros of keeping it? Would it have still been hard to drill though with higher rpm drill? What are the pros of the lower rpm?
Thanks everyone for your help