This was a lot better than a previous kitchen cart I ordered from Target, which arrived 1. broken and 2. a lot flimsier than I had anticipated. This Overstock cart is pretty solid, but I can tell it's cheaply made. The stain/finish is slopped on the wood and looks like a seventh grade shop project. It has nice heavy duty wheels and a heavy top. The top was the hardest thing to install and I'm not sure I did it right. I just couldn't get it to fit as well as I thought it should. The cart is a good size for my very small kitchen, but it is nowhere as nice as my bigger cart that I bought from Bed Bath and Beyond. I have been delighted with that one and it was only about $150 but that might have been because it is made of bamboo, and this Overstock cart is wood. Maybe it's just not possible to buy a wood kitchen cart of good quality for under $200. I am keeping it but I wouldn't recommend it. Now that it is put together, it wobbles quite a bit--not through looseness of bolts, but I feel like the structure needs another brace somewhere. When I wipe the top or otherwise apply friction the whole cart wiggles from side to side.