I expanded on the plans I found at Ana White and made this closet. They are 8' high, and made from Birch plywood and 1x2's from my local Home Depot. I ended up using 12 sheets of plywood and 18 1x2's. Sanded and stained with Minwax Jacobean and Satin clear on the unit and semi-gloss on the drawers. I intalled soft-close drawer slides that I found on Amazon for $120 for 15 pairs which included the rear mounting brackets, which I highly recommend using as they save you a ton of labor and make it much easier to install the slides.
What I like most about my work, is that I found regular hanging rods that were too expensive or just plain did not fit the end sockets. I used galvanized fence rod typically used for the top of chain link fences, and simply brushed them with 0000 steel wool and then polished them on my buffing wheel. If you want the brushed look, simply don't buff them. What was best about using fencing rods, was that it cost about a dollar a foot and was much stronger than buying the actual chrome rods which were over three times more money.
For the corners, you will see that they are three angled rods, which you can not buy anywhere. So, I purchased 1" galvanized electrical conduit. and bent it with a tubing bender. I simply measured what I needed, and put two 45 degree bends in the rod, installed 1" sockets on each end, and a center rod support for the middle. These two were polished with 0000 steel wool and then polished to a chrome finish. They look amazing, and the best part is that it cost $6 for a ten foot piece, which was more than enough to do both corners. You cannot beat the cost of using fence rods and electrical conduit for closet rods.
I plan to install a small drawer island in the middle later as I require a need for more drawere space.
Thanks to Ana White for the help. I already have a few more next projects lined up using her ideas here.