First of this is a fabulous product. That's all you really need to know, but for embellishment's sake i have rambled on with a few throughts. The product arived in two well packed boxes and was delivered very quickly, so these folks clearly know how to ship. Talking of ships, upon opening the boxes my first reaction was 'good grief! They've sent me the wrong parts - these are surely spares for the uss new jersey!" (i had bought the grey version), so well made is this product. Obviously being designed for the rigors of its commercial application it is supposed to be robust, but this is an object lesson in such design. Added to that each set of screws was bagged separately in a belt of pouches containing the right 'dosage' for each step of the assembly process (far eastern instruction manual writers please note) which makes for one of the best designed, presented and constructed products i have seen in years. Added to that is the fact that it is made in the usa. Ok, that done, the price is just right too, so all in all an american made product priced at the right level and built like the uss new jersey. Why can't the rest of our economy manage to do this?So i like it, right. Ummm, one small point. We bought it to be mobile around the upstairs - a sort of 'guest room tv' stand. Once assembled and ready to roll we found that the depth of the base is 1" more than the width of the standard domestic doorway (at least in our house, but ours is just like all the others in our street/town. Ok if you take the door off, it fits...), so the maufacturers may want to take note here. Oh, and how did we move it around? Simple. Take the tv off, roll it around backwards/forwards (it's narrower than it is wide) till you get it there then plunk the tv back on again (ours is a 32". Larger ones require a trip to the gym). We don't move it much so it's not a problem for us. All in all worth every one of the five stars it gets. Well done!