First thing, dowels used in step one and later don't perform as dowels, loose as a goose, only good for orientation and not helpful for alignment or for precision fit. Called support on the first step and was told that it is ok for dowels to be very loose, (like 1/16 too small diameter). I was careful to align without aid of the dowels. Next, the primary locking fasteners are easily broken and don't fully tighten the pieces as they should. I broke the first one, was careful and broke only a couple more, like out of 24 total. The lug part of these fasteners is made of some weak metal that breaks easily. There was only one extra to take care of the broken ones. I was unable to pull up all the gaps with the supplied fasteners. The decorative header had a bad fit and sand job that shows. The light holding bracket, metal, hole pattern was off from the holes in the cap and required me to slot one hole. Hinge installation was a bit out of alignment on one of the doors and the tiny screws seem a bit undersize to support. I would have thought there would be either 3 adjustable base supports for leveling after assembly but this is not this case. Took about 4 hours to complete assembly with lots of fasteners but that would have been acceptable had the 300 dollar cabinet been better made. The design would have been much better with dowels that fit, glued joints, and hidden screws. Overall, not a good choice on my part. It looks fine at a distance but I expect more for that money.