These frames have an excellent value since many alternatives, albeit better quality, are vastly more expensive. There are a couple of things you should be aware of though. They include two plastic sheets, one to serve as the glass pain in the front and one to protect the LP jacket from the rear. These use high-tension metallic clips, 6 in total, to keep the jacket pressed into place. The clips can be problematic as they are not all uniformly bent causing some of them to fit poorly. However, you don't necessarily have to use them or use all six. I was unable to use all of them on a couple of the LP's I framed due to their thickness. My biggest complaint with these is that the pressure created by the clips is dispersed onto the plastic pane which can cause them to warp slightly. If the frames are in direct light, the reflection created will show the distortion and it doesn't look very nice compared to a flat pane of glass.