Anyway, back to the problem at hand. The cabinets will be approximately 60 wide x 36 high. To maximize the size of the opening, I'm just using one partition down the center. This makes the doors about 28 x 36. I want to fold each door in the middle so they are manageable. The problem is, if I hinge each door in the middle, I can't install battens on the backside for stability. They will get in the way when I try to fold up the door. Do you think I need to stabilize a door which is about 14 x 36? I can use narrow pieces, alternating grain orientation, etc. to help stabilize. I will finish both side to prevent warping. I cannot use a breadboard design because it won't look good with the other pieces. Any other ways to prevent warp that keeps the backside flush? I haven't found any hinges that would accomodate the battens. I'm not opposed to some sort of steel reinforcement if that would do the trick.