Rated 1 out of 5★ by 1reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by AtHomeCEO Blatant Misrepresentation... 1. It is NOT "sturdy wood construction!" It's the same cheapo granulated and glued pressboard as the Sauder faux furniture junk, with a laminated surface colored like wood grain.2. Drawer bottoms are maybe one step above firm cardboard, again with a wood grain laminate.3. The melamine top inlay has at least a 1/16" height variation side-to-side.4. The corners of the top, where each of the four pieces framing the melamine come together, has joints that are not flush or tight, and given the pressboard construction, if you spilled something onto those joints, it will surely swell up and be ruined.Summary: It looks okay TODAY, but I bought it to replace a very similar piece that looked like junk within three years. If you scratch this stuff, the laminate will tear. It is relatively strong, and for cheapo pressboard furniture, it's basically well made, but the sales pitch said "sturdy wood construction" and it is NOT.Set-Up: And holy smokes, setting it up is an engineering feat - LOTS of pieces- most as small and cheap as they could possibly justify.Weight Concern/Packaging: Also, if you get it be sure to supervise the delivery. My FedEx driver almost dropped the thing off the back of the truck the two boxes are so heavy, and there's nothing in the packaging to prevent corners and whatnot from being damaged, just sheer luck.If you like Sauder products, this will be a step up, but only a baby step. 11/07/2013