I was greeted by a tidy palette and a few boxes tucked into the garage and in short order, had it unpacked and splayed out. One of the things that didn't greet us was a detailed set of instructions. A low-res PDF was emailed but the photos in the instructions were so poorly shot and so low res (and the instructions so generic) that they really weren't much help. Fortunately, I've a black-belt in cabinet assembly after our kitchen assembly and these things are pretty standard. However, the unlabeled cabinetry parts in the palette coupled with the lack of decent instruction added at least four hours to the install (maybe six) as we had to test fit, twirl around and — in most cases — re-assemble the parts to get the correct configuration. It would have been nice to have had stickers (drawer side, cabinet back, cabinet top, inside/outside) on the dozens of pieces rather than spending 1/2 of a saturday sorting them out.