What a great combo set! Let me just start off and say that I'm a 120lbs woman in her thirties. It matters, because I'm using it for only me AND I was able to build the set on my own without anyone around to help (although now that I think about it, it'd probably be a good idea to ask someone to help balance the crossbar when you assemble the power rack so it doesn't collapse on you). So, it is definitely doable if you're looking for a good combo power rack and weight bench set! ASSEMBLY: Well, it was really heavy getting it through the door, but I managed to pull and push until I finally got it inside the house. Once inside, I had to build it on the 2nd floor of the house, and since I couldn't even pick up the box on my own, I opened the box and carried pieces by pieces upstairs (great workout already haha!). The instructions were pretty intimidating at first with soooo many pieces… since I have no experience with building things, but the instructions were actually very clear-cut, well-printed, and as simple as it could be. With a vice grip and a socket wrench that I never used but had it lying around (nothing electronic sadly or it would have probably been even easier..booo), I was able to assemble the entire thing in under 3 hours. All the pieces were there, without anything missing, and without anything extra. QUALITY/FEATURES: The quality is really good! It's not as sturdy and heavy-duty as the gym's equipment, but this does so wonderfully in my guest bedroom, which I may turn into my workout room. I've done pullups on this, without anything feeling wobbly or weak. I feel like it holds my weight very well! I've placed a barbell of 100lbs on it, and it feels fine (although I can't exactly lift all 100lbs by myself). The bench seats are a bit lighter than I expected, but once assembled, it actually feels pretty good. Once again, it holds my weight well. The seat of the bench though is a bit wobbly (just like the gym, and so now I know it's not just my weight bench that does that). The weight bench can be easily picked up with one hand on the handle below the seat, and wheeled back and forth to adjust where you'd like to place it beneath the power rack (or remove it completely to use just the power rack by itself). The weight bench is not connected to the power rack, so you can even move the weight bench into another room or area if you wanted to. I was able to pick up the entire thing over my head and carefully take it downstairs to do weights while I watch TV. OVERALL: I really like this combo set. I think it's great for women, beginners, or intermediate users. It's a great deal, sturdy for my needs, and versatile enough. It's also excellent for people with small spaces, because it actually doesn't take up as much space as I thought it would. I was able to fit it into a small room on 6 floor puzzle mats. The height of the power rack is just a bit taller than any standard bedroom doors, so you can't just build it and move it inside the room (ie. you have to either assemble inside the room, or disassemble part of it before moving it into the room).