I needed a workstation to mount a 12 inch drill press, and a bench grinder. Research led me to this product. The legs are solid, not 2 piece adjustable legs held together by #10 bolts. Less time spent on assembly. Cost included a work surface, which most others don't include. The price is unmatched, it's the best value I found searching more than 20 web sites, and a dozen stores. After reading other reviews, I'll agree that adding an additional screw between the braces, and the legs is a wise improvement, and much needed. I used self tappers to do the job, and it's rock soild. No more wiggle. Instead of running 2 extension cords over to it, I picked up an electrical box, some 3 conductor 14 ga. wire, and bolted it to the inside of one of the legs. The box is out of the way, and protected. The last thing I did was add some 3/4 inch plywood over the MDF top for a solid one piece worksurface.
I am so disappointed with this product and with Sears/Craftsman. There was a time Craftsman meant the best. Craftsman tools used to have a lifetime warranty, if anything went wrong with it, you brought it back and it was replaced, that's how good the Craftsman line WAS. My Father had Craftsman tools and I still have some of his tools. This tool stand was a shabby, poorly made, cheap piece of junk. Misaligned holes, missing parts, and the worst assembly instructions I have ever seen! This product should not have the Craftsman name on it, not even the Sears name, it's an embarrassment to the brand. I pray this is not a sign of the future of Craftsman.
Purchased on sale and was expecting less quality and versatility. Easy to assemble and solid .