Divider arrvied with a couple of damaged areas due to inadequate packing. The finish is somewhat uneven in color but you expect that with this type of furniture. While nominally 36" wide, the divider must be slightly folded so it will stand up; that makes coverage about 32". Non-standard size of photo frames (8-1/4" x 6-5/8" will require either matting or special printing of photos but that's not such a big deal if you do your own printing with a computer. The slots into which you slide the photos (with thin pieces of plexglas on each side) are very narrow so matting would be limited to not much more than a sheet of heavy paper. Quality of the wood workmanship is good -- everything is square, solid, and fits and works properly. The millwork is poor -- marks from a too-fast pass through the planer are easily visible by reflected light. Finish quality is poor, with 'orange peel' effect, and many drips, bits of glue and wood filler visible if you look closely. However from normal viewing distances, it will look fine, once the brused spots are touched up. But all of that is true of all modern low price furniture. If you think you're going to beat the quality for this price, you haven't considered the amount of labor in a piece like this. We would recommend this item to a friend with a budget similar to ours.