Good Construction, Better Instructions
While the shed did its job exactly as we needed it to (and is very rugged after being hooked on a concrete pad), I would only rate it mediocre because of some problems we had during assembly. Don't try to put the shed together with only one person or you won't get anywhere. Three people would probably be best if your looking to get things done fast, but you could probably do it with two. The biggest problem we had with the shed assembly was with the roof trusses (we think they packed trusses for the wrong model in the shipment we received). After we checked to make sure all the siding was lining up exactly along the side of the building and made sure that we hadn't incorrectly laid out the railing on the floor, we noticed that there was about 1 ¼ inches too much of material on the end. Thankfully we had a band saw to cut the trusses down to length quickly and easily, but had we not had them at work it probably would have been a bigger deal. We also ended up having to re-drill some of the holes that the panels were suppose to mount too. Other than that the manual was a little hard to understand (sometimes we needed to go back and change something we had put in the wrong place), but it wasn't usually anything serious and with some proper formatting and better illustrations it would be much easier to read. As I said the construction seems solid (except for sliding door) and we are impressed with the quality of the main door. Overall, knowing how to make quick changes while putting stuff like this together it should make it easier.