I'm nearing the end of my first cabinet project as shown below using the Kreg Jig. This was a project that used dados and other construction methods to build. I purchased these plans from Plans Now for about $10. They are nicely detailed with board dimentions for all the cuts needed to complete the project. This is not my version of the project as I have left the doors off and will be adding speakers in place of where the doors go.
I know there have been requests to publish plans for use of the Kreg Jig on here but you can take plans like the one I purchased or even out of a book and built it using the Kreg Jig. What I did with this cabinet is, instead of using the dado joints, I used a butt joint using the Kreg Jig. I also used the plugs and "routered" them flush as shown in my other post with my dremel tool. So there is really nothing special about converting a standard project plan over to use the Kreg Jig. Following the instructions of placing the pocket holes every 4"- 6" for the wider boards and using the correct screws for maple plywood, my cabinet is as sturdy as if done with dados and biscuts. There were a few measurements that had to be changed since I wasn't using the dados but that was minimal. So pick out your favorite plan, look it over and see where you can replace a dado or biscut joint with a pocket hole joint and start the wood chips flying!!