I finished up my tool cabinet last week, but forgot to post anything about it. I cut some 1/4" Luan plywood for the front panel, which works well enough. The door tends to sag a bit, because I only have one dovetail at each corner. I put a little glue in each of the joints, but it doesn't seem to be helping. No big deal, really, the door just rubs a bit when I close it. Outside of the glue I put in the door joints, there is no glue in the carcass of this cabinet.
I stuck the wood bits to the door using some contact cement, and realized too late that the bottom block for holding my adjustable square is too high to allow the stock clearance below the wood square. I guess I'll just have to make a small wood square to take it's place. I put some small screw-in hooks on the lower block that hold my sliding bevel and my marking gauge. The block for my carcass saw was cut out of a chunk of 2x Doug Fir with my 12" bowsaw, and trimmed to fit with a chisel and knife. I'm thinking I'll eventually move the chisel rack up about 8 inches and put a few drawers under them. I'll also be adding a second chisel rack in front of the mortise chisels for my couple of bevel edge chisels. The plane tray is attached with hinges, allowing me to easily access the void behind it (currently storing my plow plane).
Reaching for my plow plane: