..and could no longer find the same ply. It was pure something or some such name, but it looks like they use different cores now (not surprising, that was a decade ago or close to it).
You can see the ply on the side of the back corner cabinet with what looks like a bookmatch. It was so workable that I made that entire cabinet, aside from the door, with hand tools. From sawing the plywood to cutting the dadoes with a dado plane. It turned out to be easier than building them with router table, battens, etc, and there was just enough slop in the fit to make the glue-up a whole lot easier.
Not to suggest that it's cheap as I said it "wasn't that expensive", it was about $95 a sheet 10 years ago but I would buy it again 20 times if I had to.