I ordered this rack to serve as a repository for my network gear. The build quality is OK and it's attractive enough to be used as (bachelor) furniture, much like an AV rack. Assembly isn't difficult, though several screw holes were not aligned correctly and required some finessing to fit. There are, however, several issues:
1) The most serious is the width of the unit. Adam Hall 3U Ergo drawers fit without problem, but Adam Hall 1U pull out rails are so tight that the drawer is difficult to pull out, requiring two hands. HP switches fit as do APC UPS, but Ubiquiti switches require about 3mm of filing to widen the space where they're mounted. This is the main reason I can only give this unit three stars.
2) The fan mounting holes don't fit the spacing of any of the fans I've tried (and that's quite a number). However, cable access to the fan area is good and the height allocated to the fan area is generous, though a more substantial hole lattice would aid in airflow.
3) Some screws were missing (M6x15mm, Philips) and some are superfluous (M6 hex head). The parts listing in the assembly manual (provided in German and English) is correct.
4) There are a couple place in the rack that if a screw falls the rack needs to be disassembled to retrieve it.
5) A key is always required to open the back door.
At this price some compromises are to be expected and if the width issue were resolved or if by good fortune all your equipment fits I could easily recommend this rack.