Spent over $10k for a small kitchen, and we are really surprisingly disappointed by the quality of the material, construction, and manufacture and are really kicking ourselves now about not checking out what were buying more thoroughly. For example, the very thin (1/8" at most) shelves for pullout drawers with cheap wood veneer does not appear that it will support the weight of more than a single pot or pan--rendering them useless for most of our storage needs. The parts of the frame and door that are "real" wood are often dented, sanded strangely, and, in at least one case, split (not in transit). There are staple dents in all the interior doors. The paint job was poorly executed--e.g. many of the tops of drawers or doors are not thoroughly covered and one of the cabinets that will have an exposed side is completely rough. I was steered away from a less expensive brand by the Home Depot designer, but that one was fully built out in the store and was much sturdier than what we got. Sheesh. Don't let anyone tell you it's better than IKEA.