Carcass and Drawer fronts are Cherry. Mitered corners on top and side with dominos. Internal structure is 3/4 plywood fitted into the carcass with sliding dovetails. I glued the first inch of the dovetail to hold it in place and left the rest floating to allow for seasonal movement of the carcass. I could have done better with the drawer fronts. I wanted grain matching so I made a big panel and cut it up to make the fronts. I should have picked boards that were wide enough to span the height of the drawers and just split them accordingly. That's the main thing I learned from this project. Drawer boxes are 1/2" birch ply. Finish is Rubio Pure, my absolute favorite finish. Next project is another dresser but a little shorter and 2' wider out of white oak, going to be another long one. I would like an alternative to attaching the inner structure to the carcass on the next one other than sliding dovetails, any ideas are welcome. Thanks for looking, critiques welcome as well, still learning!