I'm currently working on this "large" entertainment center project. I am not a pro - just retired and an amateur woodworker who watches Norm and that sort of thing.
Anyhow, I bought the Kreg 2000 (?) jig kit to assemble some face frames for the project. So far, I have found that the pocket screw system is pretty great - especially if you are like me and have never used it before - speeds things up and really gives nice tight joints.
I am at the point in my project where I need to attach the FF's. Now, I have done this several (many) times in the past. Usually, I glued/nailed or glued/biscuited to attach the FF's.
Since I got this new Kreg kit and the "Mini" which came with it, I was considering attaching FF's with glue and a few PS's using the Mini.
Anyone do this regularly? Seems like it would save a lot of filling/staining nail holes (outside) while admittedly needing some sanding to flush up the PS plugs (inside).
Most of the "boxes" are in place and do not allow clamping from the back because of wall clearance etc.