I chose this TV stand because it cost half as much as others of similar style. It arrived undamaged except for two small scratches which we filled in with a black sharpie. It was easy enough to assemble; instructions were clear except regarding the way to face the magnetic catch, which is easy to change if you get it wrong. It goes together with screws, cam bolts, and glue. It says don't use a drill, but if you can be gentle with it, use it; your wrist will thank you.
I don't know how well this stand will hold up to abuse, but to sit in a corner and hold a TV? No problem.
It looks nice for a cheap item. The stickers they give you to cover the screw holes didn't all stay stuck on, but they're nowhere too obvious. The problem was that the space from the back wall to the front doors is 12.75 inches and our amp, with the cords plugged into it, is 3 inches too long! I chose to build a shelf on top that the amp could sit under and the TV on. It works, it was just way more hassle than I wanted with a 9 month old around. Read the specs and make sure it's big enough for what you want in it before you buy it!