I searched and fretted over how to do our entertainment cabinet/TV hookup after deciding to move the TV down from over the fireplace, which has always been way too high. I was going to mount it in the corner and get a console. I was going crazy and about to spend thousands, but decided to go simple and cheap. That said, the top and bottom of the cabinet came with dings, and no hardware was present. I think the hardware fell out during transport, b/c it looked like there was a separate compartment in the box, and it was all smashed up and retaped. Not Overstock's fault. I didn't notice the ding at the bottom when I called Overstock to report the dent at the top and no hardware. The replacements took almost two weeks. I figure in our house there's bound to be a bump or two happening to the bottom anyway, and the bottom damage is hardly noticeable anyway. The sides (next to the glass door cabinet) are hollow to the back. They are just a waste of space. I wish the shutter look of them at least had some ventilation so we could put some speakers behind them. Oh well. The cabinet holds all of our cable, gaming, DVD, etc. equipment. The white is not stark white, so it goes with the trim in our house and with that on our fireplace, which it sits next to. The knob is a little shinier than expected. Might be fun to replace that with something a little more unique. It was - as everyone else stated - a piece of cake to put together. If you are positive you want white--go for it. Don't worry about damage or missing hardware--you will be taken care of. We are satisfied with this and can now spend our money on the rest of the room.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? yes
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. good for the price
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? right on