Another question in the endless pursuit of attractive cabinets. I'm building smallish satellites from 18mm MDF, and am considering covering them with 6mm thick timber instead of veneer. (Due to the high cost of Veneer in New Zealand, and because I have heaps of recycled native timber lying around) My current plan is to apply the timber for the back first, flush with the MDF box, then the sides, top and bottom, with the grain all the same way (Parallel with the front baffle) and the Front last (Will probably be thicker at around 12mm) I'm wanting as little end grain as possible, and so am wanting to Mitre cut the joins between the top, bottom and sides. My current plan is as follows: 1. Apply back, flush trim to MDF. 2. Apply side 1, mitre trim to top and bottom. 3. Pre-mitre side 1 end of the top, glue to face, and mitre trim to side 2. 4. Pre-mitre top end of the side 2, glue to face, and mitre trim to bottom. 5. Pre-cut and mitre the bottom, and glue in place. The front will then just be glued flush, the only end grain on the front/top, front/bottom edges, which will be rounded over. Any comments as to the viability of this?