This again is one of those times when everything went well except one thing. The tree was as pictured, arrived on time and properly packed. So up it went and then we plugged in the lights. One section did not light. It did not matter what we tried we couldn't correct the problem. So then our choices were (1) return the tree, (2) add some lights of our own, or (3) turn the offending section of the tree toward the wall so we couldn't see it. Since we were in the process of moving we chose alternative 3. What we will do next year I haven't a clue. But I wouldn't recommend this Christmas tree until they can deliver a tree whose lights all work.
I really like this tree. We had to go with artificial for the first time because my husband is sick with cancer - but this one looks very interesting (although artificial). I really like this and will probably stick with it over the years. It is narrow which is great for our craftsman style 1930's era home.
I bought this tree for my first post-college apartment. It's certainly not the same as having a real tree, but when it's all lit up, it's really beautiful. Put it together all by myself in about 10 minutes, and all of the lights worked fine. The branches are a bit sparse, but it's really not noticeable when it's lit. Hopefully this will last for a few years until I have a bigger apartment!