Bought this mainly as storage for expanding rack equipment collection.
Ended up being used for holding a couple of home studio rigs.
Good points are it's solid once you get some gear in it, there are some rails down the centre inside where you could place supports (provided in the package) for any deep rack gear.
I've owned this since 07.09.2013.
Upon delivery it must have been dropped somewhere as the top most hole on one side for the cage nuts was damaged and took some serious bending to get a cage nut to fit it. This didn't really affect the stability or product in any major way.
The castors provided are ok, I found last month that one of them had broken/bent which meant that it would lean. Not a huge problem sice you get castors and static feet for it also. Probable reason it broke was because I keep a gator 8u rack on top of it, which only holds 5 u worth of gear 2x2u and 1 1u piece.
Still if you're using short depth rack gear you could fill both sides of the unit which would be similar in weight. I did expect a bit more from the castors.
When it broke, I just stuck adhesive felt on the bottom of the static feet and it was good to go, however much more immobile.
This thing is HEAVY, I mean really heavy, once assembled it's incredibly difficult to lift (hence the castors).
There's plenty room down the sides of your gear to run cables and power supplies.
Also looks like holes for doors that could be fitted drilled into the top and bottom (door not supplied, or at least mine didn't come with one).
In the pack there are 2 square bits - top and bottom, 2 large rectangles.. The side which are pre loaded with rack strip for M3 (I think) cage nuts (the square ones that you have to insert yourself.
4 static feet, 4 castors
A bag of cage nuts and bolts
A pack of supports for the central strip on each side with nuts and bots to tighten, as well as a hex key tool.
Also supplied are the obvious bolts required to assemble and hex key tool to fit it all. Came with some nice rubberised grommets to fill the holes were the boots go to give a nicer asthetic look.
The central support fits the little supports nicely as once is loosely assembled then you can slot it down and tighten it up.
Rated 4 overall, mainly due to the castor issue which in turn affected the stability.
Couldn't rate the product itself down for the damage during transport as it was smal and just about fixable.
Probably a 2 man job to assemble.