I am 68 and spend many hours a day on my PC (do lots of photography and e-mailing) and wanted a comfortable chair. This chair is great - it looks far more expensive than it is, it's comfortable (well padded, height adjusts, the arms are the right length as they support your arms but don't hit your PC station). It's fairly easy to assemble but the arms are hard to attach. What I had to do was loosen all the screws in the previous assembly steps, hammer (yes with a rubber mallet) the base forward (the metal part of it) until I could get the screws for the arms to go in properly. What I would suggest to anyone is DON'T tighten any screws completely until you have everything attached and in place. Once you've done that, tighten them. Other than that one little glitch, it's great.