Now, why didn't I think of this sooner? Why?
Hinged doors are not a good idea for many reasons. Most hinges aren't designed to bang down the road at 65 miles an hour, sooner or later they'll break. Secondly, they opened inconveniently right over the counters, making the counters less useful. Silly, silly me.
After a year of having to move things around every time I needed to open a door I came up with this.
Drawer slides. Yup. Full extension that slide up and out of the way.
Well, isn't that just swell? No more counter juggling.
There's a cotter pin at the top that slides out to hold the door up.
The middle door is still hinged. I like the look of it, and that door is very, very light (Butternut). Less chance of the hinge breaking.
Now on to adding more shelves...