I purchased two of these to replace an 80-year-old wooden shed attached to the back of my garage. It's nice to have a termite- and spider-free shed for a change. Assembly was extremely easy. Every page notes that it takes two people to put these together. Well, this 64-year-old grandma did it with a chair. There's only one time that I needed to prop up one of the walls and I leaned it against the chair. Other than that, it was a piece of cake. There are a couple of places -- installation of the slider and the hinges -- that required a little extra study, but they were easy to figure out. The first took me about two hours to assemble, the second, only an hour. The only time you might need help is when transporting them. The Sears staff placed the boxes in my vehicle, but getting them out and into the backyard did require another person. They're pretty heavy. After assembly, all of the walls are square and the doors fit evenly and tightly. No tweaking required. Incidentally, one of the boxes was full of crickets. They didn't affect the shed at all, but now my backyard is crazy noisy.
The doors do not secure/latch great. The latch itself is under engineered and leaves the top of doors loose without a latch. Assembly was simple.
While the shed is decent, the treatment received by the attendant at the time of pick up was awful. I was called on my cell phone on the right home by the sears employee using his personal cell phone. He identified himself as a sears employee and threatened me. I have reported this at the store level and at the corporate level and nothing has been done. This b is a a breach of my confidential information and is unacceptable as is Sears silence in the matter.