I have Paradox drawers since I started and I like them. But, beware as they cannot withhold Psocidae if the humidity is high. In my old apartment in Germany I regularly had Psocidae in the drawers. The problem was that the humidity in the Rhine valley is so high that I even had a little bit of mold on my apartment walls. Since I moved that cabinet back to Luxembourg into a drier environment there is no problems at all. Wolf(Nicolas) also has only paradox drawers and never reported any Psocidae trouble. The last two years the company was busy delivering big orders to museums. This is my honest feedback.
Their wooden boxes are amazing and I like the woodwork.
Probably Britain's Chadwick and Watkins and Doncaster make the best quality wooden cabinets in Europe, but because of that quality the prices are fairly high. I believe Chadwick's are made to order, so there is a bit of a wait. Paradox are much lesser quality but then there is the price to consider. There were very reasonably priced British second hand cabinets at the AES this year and two had continental depth drawers. I believe a cabinet should at least have a door with a lock to protect the drawers and their contents, especially where there are children in the household. Chadwick here