This was my first time wall mounting a TV. All in all it was pretty straightforward project. The largest challenge was two-fold: 1) Picking out the right combination of screws and spacers; and 2) Ensuring that the bracket would also accommodate a soundbar mount for hanging the soundbar directly under the TV. You also have to keep in mind the distance between the wall and the various TV inputs (power, HDMI, optical, etc.), especially if those are positioned on the back, rather than the side, of the TV. If you don't leave enough space behind the TV, then the TV won't hang flat and/or you'll have a bear of a time getting everything plugged in once the TV is mounted. In the end, I had to buy some slightly longer screws to make it all work with my TV, but the good news is that the bracket uses standard metric pan-head machine screws, so finding the right length substitutes was neither difficult nor expensive. Once that was done, it wasn't that difficult to mount the TV and secure it. All in all, this is a decent low-priced solution that worked well for my application - a 32" TV mounted on the wall of my upstairs office at home.