It works very well and I think it was worth the money because I had the ability to choose the size that was best suited for me.
First off, my top is butcher block in two sections. 30"x60" and 30"x48". I like the option to sit in the corner and rest my arms on each side of the "L" for comfort and support during long days. I liked that it came with steel plates for underneath the 2 wood pieces to better support the top. The other thing I wanted to do was add casters to the base So I could easily move the desk out occasionally to clean, etc... The screwed in legs are M8-1.25m, so getting casters was easy. Went with some steel heavy weight bearing ones. This is where I found the desk's weakness. In the back corner leg (without the "T" base), the threaded mount to accept the screwed in adjustable leg (at the floor) is displaced below the plate. This offset makes that part weak. When I put a caster in it, that part bent. The caster post/bolt was fine. This is when I pulled off the bottom plate held on by 4 hex screws and found something problematic that doesn't affect the other legs. The threaded adjustable leg mount is a compression fit piece and isn't welded. The compression joint failed and bent. That means even slightly pulling the desk with it's standard legs would bend that mount. Who doesn't occasionally move a desk? Thought about just welding it but thought I can do better by just getting a T base foot that's on the other legs. I looked for vivo desk parts for this desk which would have the T base foot with no luck. I then found another site online which has a similar sized T base foot at up-lift desk. the v1 24" T foot worked great for 35 bucks. Had to drill out the 4 screw holes as the vivo plate holes didn't exactly match. Now I have a great desk that spins on the floor with no ill effect. Too bad vivo doesn't supply this foot by default. I still rate this desk a 4 star as everything else about the desk is solid. If you don't drag it, you'd probably be fine.
I decide to get this frame to replace old desk.Easy to put togetherSo far everything works fine
Very sturdy and well constructed.
I love this desk!! We had difficulty with the original assembly, then found a YouTube video. That helped, but I recommend using all of the stabilizer bolts before ever raising the desk! We had not seen the step for screwing the bolts on the rail or the end of each leg to lock the legs in place. Make sure you install every possible bolt. This will prevent the legs from falling when installing the desktop. Some small variations to the prefab screw holes under the desktop, but not difficult to make own holes.