I came across some 1/16" sheets of nice hard plywood (I believe it may be birch). I plan to skin my sub with it (I think it will look beautiful), but I'm not sure what the best approach would be to attach it. I want to be sure it covers with no cavities between the MDF and the sheets. I've read about using plain Elmers carpenter/wood glue but I'm wondering if there would be something more practical, and maybe faster drying. Also, if I were to use the wood glue, would I want to spread it thinly over the MDF and sheets, let it dry a bit, and then iron it on? What I have is a bit thicker than "veneer" so I'm not sure this would work too well. Or should I just glue the sheets on and then compress it with weight (doing one side of the sub at a time). My sub is rather large so any way is going to take a bit of time, and probably going to require a lot of glue/cement. I then plan to cover the edges with some hardwood corner stock (whatever it's called, just looks like a right angle |_ ). Then possibly cover the top with hardwood strips or a solid piece of something I don't have enough of the birch to cover the top unless I do it in pieces.