Thanks guys. I guess I am my own critic, but I can see the flaws. I'm happy with how it turned out, but I did learn from a few mistakes. Poplar turns out decent if the wood is sealed prior to staining, otherwise it blotches really bad. I played around with different cuts of shellac until I got the formula to where I could get the color I wanted without the blotch. I used Zinsser shellac, and cut it 75% with denatured alcohol.
I wanted to build it out of cherry, but I will save the money and prime wood for when I have better skills.
Cabinetman, I was going to go with the drawer front inletted flush with the apron, but didn't trust my skills with getting the gaps right around the edges yet. I know from building cars that the gaps being even are a good sign of workmanship, and just don't trust myself yet, especially when adapting a soft-close drawer.
I will always continue process improvement and develop new skills though.