My wife and I chose this to use as an entry way storage wardrobe for coats/jackets and shoes, etc. We placed it next to our front door and it works well so far; however, I just put it together two days ago, so time will tell how it holds up.
-Price; The Value is tough (impossible?) to beat -- I typically spend hours researching every online purchase we make and read reviews, etc.; this was the best reviewed item I could find for the price range...had better reviews than most of the higher priced items available too
-Sturdy & Looks Nice (mostly...but what I don't like, I can fix)
-Doors open easily, but are very solid; not flimsy -- the hinges seem heavy duty and prevent the doors from slamming or drifting open
-Big enough with enough shelves and a rack to store coats/jackets, gloves, hats, shoes, etc., for our family of seven (one set per person); plus we'll still have a little room for a few visitors' items
-Not too expensive/fancy that I'm scared to let the kids use and abuse it
-Configurable shelves make this a winner for us; there is the option to put the rack on the left or right side and insert/remove shelves as well as vary the space for each shelf
-Heavy Duty "Adjustable Feet" for leveling the item on an slightly irregular foundation; you have perhaps up to a few inches of margin that each foot can be screwed/unscrewed to keep the wardrobe from wobbling; includes four feet on the corners and one more in the center of the base for a total of five adjustable feet
-Very Heavy & Bulky, pressed-wood construction; I've been assembling and pushing heavy items (beds and large furniture) around the past few weeks since we moved into our newest house. (We're in the military and we move every few years.) I can lift, push, pull or drag just about everything we own, but NOT this when it was in the box; definitely a team-lift item. The box began to disintegrate when I tried to lift/push/pull/drag it from the van to the house. I had to open the box and bring it in piece by piece. (Advise not opening it outdoors on a windy day -- styrofoam will blow all over the place.)
-Unfortunately, I was not the only one that had trouble moving the box, because it was pretty beat up when I picked it up from the store; I discovered minor, pre-existing damage to two corners of the item's front doors (one bent corner on each door). It was not enough for us to return the item and wait longer for a new one...which might have also been damaged; I did selectively position the doors and wardrobe so the damaged corners would be less noticeable. The bent corners do not interfere with opening/closing the doors.
-Cosmetically, the only thing that *looks* kind of cheap about this is the "plastic feet." (The feet are actually very heavy duty construction from what I can tell -- great for leveling so it doesn't rock, and you barely notice them once it's assembled and positioned.) I still want to make the feet even less noticeable... a matte finish might have been better for the design.
In summary, it seems to be money well spent; this should easily serve it's purpose for the years we'll be in this house. The only recommendation I have is for Walmart to perhaps better train personnel on how to handle this heavy of a box to prevent damaging corners. That damage is the reason I'm not giving it this highest rating for "Meets Expectations," and only 4.5 stars (not an option so I'm being stingy and rounding down). But, so far, the "Value" looks like just about the best deal one can find for a Decent wardrobe.