need pocket hole advice
i am half way through a kitchen cabinet set and so far have hidden all the joinery. i was wondering if it is acceptable or "ok" to have pocket hole screwholes visible on the bottom of the wall hung cabinets. the visible pocket holes would be to attach the bottom of the face frames to the carcases. otherwise i would have to biscuit all the bottoms which, to me, would be a pain in the arse.
the cabinets have full inset doors with beaded maple faceframes, birch plywood carcases and maple faceframes, lacquered white, with glass window doors.
the cabs also will have undercabinet lighting.
it seems to me that nobody will ever put their head under there so why bother plugging the holes? but i am asking what other people do for a "high end" custom cabinet set?