I really like the look of surface mount hinges on rustic-looking cabinets. Ones like this or this. But if I understand correctly, the inside mount or euro-style hinges allow adjustment in different directions.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you have an inset door with this type of surface mount hinge, there is not one molecule of margin for error, right? So if the door hinge isn't mounted exactly right, you're hooped, right? It's not like you can take it off and redrill holes 1/64 " away......? Am I missing something here?