I need to make or buy doors and drawer fronts for a bathroom vanity. The 2 doors are about 14"w x 25"h, and the 3 drawers are 10.5" w x 6.5" h. Without getting complicated, I'm thinking of using 3/4 x 2" maple for the four outside members and 1/2 ply inside. I can cut slots either with a router or my table saw, perfer the table saw though. So the real question comes down to this.....can I get away with pocket screwing it together (skipping making a real joint) and be done with it in a few days? I know a joint is prefered, but I need to be done with this project. Or is it time to bite the bullet and get cutters for this?