From Sherwin Williams, Emerald urethane and ProClassic enamel are both good products for cabinets. I've started using their Pro Industrial Multi-Surface Acrylic with good results. This product is allegedly very comparable to PPG Breakthrough. It dries fast and hard and levels really good when sprayed, but it's best for airless spraying, not brushing and rolling. Benjamin Moore sells a product called Advance that's a popular paint used on cabinets, but I have no personal experience with that product. I do know that Advance has a very slow dry time, even slower than Emerald urethane. I can only recommend products I have experience using. Pro Industrial Multi-Surface Acrylic, Emerald urethane, or ProClassic, are good options to consider. When looking at paint options for cabinets, consider the hardness of the finish and the dry time. I wouldn't use Regal semi-gloss on cabinets. It's too soft for that purpose.