Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Caye Caulker, Belize
The pictures posted are just standard Euro cabinets with sheet-good/plywood square edges as opposed to solid wood with profile.
I literally made thousands of these boxes in a production shop in Florida.
Skip face-framing unless you are really in love with that look, waste of time and money for slab door look shown.
Baltic birch is way too expensive, it only provides a little more stability, marginal for this application.
The only viable reason to spend that money on plywood that has no voids if you like the edges with plies to show.
This incidentally comes in inconvenient Euro-sizes, (not 4' X 8"), is if you do not want to use cheap iron-on or peel & stick edge banding, then I guess go for it, I would not.
Most people use Baltic for drawers so they can profile edges for clean void-less solid wood-like edge.
Euro hinges all day long, clean hidden hinge look with 6 way adjustment.
Easiest way by far to keep all doors aligned perfectly straight.