I used to think of bidets as merely "those weird toilet gadgets the French use". I would have never even tried a bidet if I hadn't been offered one by the Spark Review Program of which I'm a member. The first thing I have to say is that they are very easy to install. At least this one is. I took my time and had it ready to go in about 15-20 minutes. I actually installed two of them and the second one took 10 minutes. With all the tools and connections they give you it's very simplified. If you're someone who just has no faith in themselves to install things like this then just ask a friend. As soon as they look at the instructions they'll say Oh this looks pretty simple. And it is. The action of the bidet is very straightforward. You turn the knob to get a soft spray of water right where you want it and you can soap up quickly and rinse or just wipe it down. Either way you're gonna get a whole lot cleaner than just dry wiping with toilet paper. When I think back of all the years I only dry wiped I almost shiver to think about it. That just seems so unsanitary now. I have daughters and granddaughters and my 2nd wife is half my age . They all say the bidet is a Godsend for that time of the month, and I can certainly understand how it would be. My wife has told me several times the bidet leaves her feeling so much fresher and cleaner at that time of month. She says we should've tried one a long time ago. And she's right.