I don't know if anyone has heard of this, but some Home Depots are carrying something called a Pine Plywood. I've never heard of it, but for the price of $35 for a 4×8, 3/4" sheet, 11 ply, void-free as far as I can see, super smooth, it was well worth the purchase. It's actually what I used to make my Drill Press Cabinet (well, most of it anyways). The veneer is thin, but it's the same as all the others available from all the big box stores around me. This is by far better than anything either store offers and heck of a lot cheaper. Well, you kind of know what that means; yes, it is made in China. With the availability of lumber being scarce in my area, I'm not going to spend $50 on void-filled, supposedly cabinet grade, ply when I can get much better for much cheaper. I hope the surrounding plywood suppliers step up their game. I don't mind spending the money if the quality is there. Just thought I would pass this along if you have a tight budget. (you can't find it on HD's website. It is carried by the participating stores).