Hello all, I apologize in advance for the length of this post. I am in the process of assembling a sliding barn door console table with three bays. I have already stained and applied poly before assembly. Since I could not find a full size walnut plywood sheet for the back, I opted to install panels at the rear of the cabinet with pocket screws, which would then be covered by the back panel sitting in rabbet slots. As I proudly inspected two of the newly installed panels, I realized that they were on the FRONT of the case (rabbets were on the opposite side). Don’t know how I actually did this, but my guess was that I was rushing after coming home from work. I would like to move the panels to their intended position, but that will leave the holes in the base from the pocket screws that were installed from the rear. Since the cabinet will have a face frame, I could use a small cove on the stiles, but it will still leave me with several holes in the lower shelf (base). I thought of possibly raising the face frame up 1/16th and covering the holes with a matching 3/4″ strip, but that would leave a less than clean line on the open bay (the one without doors). Flipping out, because this is intended to be a Christmas present. ANY help would be greatly appreciated!! I will try to add pics after this lengthy post.