The cabinet ended up looking very nice but there was a fairly significant problem. Upon opening the boxes, I made sure all of the parts were there and that none appeared damaged. All were present and accounted for, and apparently blemish free. After carefully assembling the cabinet I dusted off one of the glass shelves and found that one of them had a few fairly deep, albeit small, scratches. I took that with a "grain of salt" resigning to the thinking that the items we chose to place on the shelf would cover the blemishes. However, as I went to put the shelf supports in the cabinet to place the glass shelves inside, I found that one whole wood & glass section of the cabinet was without the predrilled holes needed to insert the shelve supports! I was sick to my stomach! I had spent hours assembling this and my fiancee was so excited to begin placing items to display within and this comes about. Luckily, I had the correct size drill bit, so I measured (and re-measured several times!) and held my breath as I drilled the first hole...although I needed only 1/4 inch deep holes drilled, I was working within tight quarters to get my drill inside the cabinet to do the drilling and was unsure about the overall quality of the wood in which I was drilling. Would the wood crack? Would the vibration damage the glass? Neither happened, and I drilled the additional four holes needed to support the shelves at ONE particular level. The other sections had three possible levels for each shelf. So now, if we want to change the level of a shelf, I would need to drill more holes. I had gone through too much work putting the cabinet together that day to want to go through some lengthy exchange process, and then having to assemble another cabinet. So, we just dealt with it...and the disappointment. In shopping around for similar items (and actually what appeared to be the same item at another seller), this product was a much better price. Yet, it was not "inexpensive" by any means. So, it was really disappointing that there was such a vital flaw. As previously mentioned, I checked that all parts were present and not obviously damaged, but I should not be expected to inspect for each predrilled hole! Especially, the ones needed for the very last step in a series of countless steps! So, buyer beware. The product is a fair price (a lot less than a preassembled products from a furniture store) and does look very nice. However, it appears that this particular furniture producer is not exceptionally careful about offering completed, and fully undamaged components.