I was in the market for a smaller L-shaped glass top desk and found it here for $50 less than O-stock. Since I love quality reviews when considering a purchase I’ll cut the long winded stream of paragraphs and hope this list form helps you with your decision AND assembly:+ Asked for 2 day shipping – received in 2 days+ Packing was sufficient to protect contents from an apparent drop in transport- Styrofoam is used as padding and therefore it will get everywhere+ All parts are labeled with small removable stickers that match the directions+ Extra screws, bolts are enclosed ‘just in case’; an allan wrench is included but you will need your own philips head screwdriver+ The glass is solid black and not smoke aka it is not see-thru+ The black glass is great to help hide cables and has a very sleek look+ This top will smudge over time but you will appreciate the mirror effect =)o If you are putting this together by yourself it may be easier to do step 2 with it laying on its side just to start offo If you want the keyboard on the right side switch parts 2/4 with 6- Not all the suction cups hold that well (don’t worry the glass shouldn’t fall regardless)+ Despite the frame being thin the assembled desk is quite sturdy- The case stand is pretty much worthless on carpet but at least it matches+ This is tempered glass so if it breaks it will not shatter into sharp pieces- There is only enough room for a standard keyboard on the tray; tray clearance to the bottom of the desk support is only 2.25″ and will only pull out ~6″ past the edge of the desk. Click Here to see the full details and dimensions of this desko There are smaller holes on the keyboard tray (part 7) that are not necessary – hide these holes by making sure they are facing down in step 5o If you opt to not use the keyboard tray I would suggest to still install the keyboard frame (part 4) to maximize stability (just rotate the 2 arms horizontally so they don’t poke your legs)+ I’m 5’10″ and did not have any issues with my shins hitting the lower cross baro It may help to move the completed frame into place before installing the glass; setting up and laying out your computer lines first saves a lot of time and headaches if you plan on having this in a cornero Total time from setting the box down to the last piece of glass installed was about 35 minutes (I’ve done a lot of home assemblies so it may take about an hour for a complete beginner)I was honestly surprised because in the past I’ve bought particle board desks that were pieces of garbage in the same price range. Overall this was a fantastic item (and a total steal) for $100 with free shipping. Highly recommended to anyone looking for a smaller glass top corner desk.