Medium-sized vertical shed: easy to assemble. Put it up in an enclosed area around our pool to store items in the summer and over the winter. Had a metal clip in the 'lockable' aperture to hold the doors closed. First time it rained, the wind came up (I just mean windy, not 'weather-alert' windy) the roof lifted up, the doors blew off, the handle on the door snapped off, and everything inside got soaked, including the pegboard I had anchored to one wall.
To prevent this happening again, and not being 'handy' like people in other reviews (that's why I got Rubbermaid in the first place...) had to put concrete cinder blocks on top of the roof (at the front) and wrap a nylon tie-down around the whole shed. The tie-down had a ratchet so I could make it tight. Kind of defeats the reason for getting the shed in the first place. Once you have ordered and paid for the shed, found someone with a truck who will deliver, assembled it, finished the interior all up, what do you do when the product is a disappointment? Even if you still have the packaging, it would be impossible to disassemble, pack and return. Guess that's why some install bolts to fix the door problem, some use cinder blocks! Once you have it, it's staying, and the consumer is in the position of making Rubbermaid's product do what it was supposed to do in the first place. (I have found someone to hire who will put those long bolts in to try and hold the doors in place, still need a new handle...) OK, this is my review, for what it's worth.