I've had this desk for a month and love it. I live in NYC and don't have much room to work with in terms of space. I needed something that would go with my current desk chair, not dominate my room and be sturdy. I was a bit nervous buying it sight unseen but after looking at several expensive (and too big) desks in stores around my house I decided to give it ago. It is pretty and most importantly doesn't wobble. I have my 23-inch iMac on it and it is very stable. Set-up: Putting it together was fairly easy. Make sure the 2 metal rods that hold up the glass are in the correct spot. They look exactly the same but there is, as we discovered, a front rod and a back rod. Don't tighten the screws on the sides too much before you put in the glass top. you'll only have to unscrew them to get it to fit. I would say the only downside--which is a downside of all glasstop desks--is that you have to clean it fairly often. Admittedly I'm a bit of a neat freak but it's something to consider if you don't fancy dusting off your desk regularly. On a side-note I would be very wary of buying a desk with casters. I saw several of the small desks on casters sold on Overstock in the office and furniture stores went to. They are extremely wobbly. I wouldn't trust any of them to hold a large desktop computer.
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Appears to be the same color
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Excellent
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Very accurate