I'll echo the thoughts of a couple of the earlier posters; there seems to be a misconception with regard to craftsmanship. Just because something is made by the Amish doesn't mean the craftsmanship is exceptional or even average for that matter. While the cabinets were what I would describe as an excellent value, the workmanship that was evidenced in the installation of the cabinets was below average. I remember the crown moulding that was installed on an armoir in the master bedroom. The crown had mill marks on the first (4") of the crown, which is common. Most finish carpenters simply cut this end of the millwork off so they have a clean, square cut to start with. In addition to not cutting off the first (4") with the mill marks, they didn't square the end and then cut the piece 1/8" short. I'd also previously worked with a crew of Amish carpenters. They were contracted to install some decorative beams in the house I was working on. They were all kids, just teenagers. And once again, the workmanship was just average at best. These are the observations of a master level finish carpenter that has been honing his skills for more than (20) years.
Originally the Amish were reputed to use traditional building techniques common to the early American Puritans and Shakers. This is no longer the norm.
Congrats on the new home btw.