We bought this table as a substitute for a desk, since we recently acquired a large gaming PC which was too big to house in a standard computer desk's cabinet. Although they aren't listed, we took a gamble that the dimensions of the cabinet on the bottom of this table would be large enough to house two computers, one oversized, and we won. The dimensions of the cabinet are 28" long, 22" wide, 12" high, with about 21" clearance between the cabinet and the bottom of the tabletop. The table is solid and lovely. Assembly wasn't a breeze, but it wasn't overly difficult. When assembling, the instructions tell you to "release the drawer", which we thought meant to remove the drawer, but no. Just pull it all the way out. Assembly is definitely a two person job, as you have to place the tabletop on the floor, attach the bottom piece, then turn the whole (heavy) thing over. The only bad thing about this table is the leaf. It's attached to the table with screwed in packing brackets, which is not mentioned in the instructions. The packing brackets on our table had been secured in a way that split the wood under the table. Not that big a deal overall, but a little alarming. It's very hard to jam the leaf into the table pieces. We chipped a little bit of the tabletop on our first attempts. Our fault, but the design isn't ideal. It uses metal tongues which are very hard to align properly. As a dining room table, I wouldn't recommend it, but as a two person computer "desk", it's perfect.