Expensive, but good quality, works well.
+all real wood except for rear panels, which are made of a hard, very good quality fiberboard
+Pretty low sheen cherry finish on wood, easily touched up with a furniture marking pen
+easy to assemble; the main cabinet is fully assembled, but you have to assemble the base with the wheels, easily done, with necessary tools included, clear instructions, and takes about a half hour. However, it is a two person job. Be sure to put something clean and soft on the floor so you don't scratch the top when you turn it over to install the base with the wheels.
+nice adjustable shelves, nice bottom center drawer for DVDs, nice venting of the shelves.
+easily holds multiple pieces of equipment and lots of DVDs.
+Sliding glass doors work well with high quality rollers and a ball bearing catch to hold them in the closed position; smoky glass on the doors allows the remote to work and hides from view any mess behind them, but be sure nothing sticks out to get hit by the doors.
-if you put DVDs, standing upright, so you can read the titles, in the lower inside shelf area on either side of the center drawer, and then adjust the shelf above it to do the same, you end up with a top inside shelf that is pretty small and not very useful.
-If you install the back panels, there is not a lot of room in the slots in the panels for cables. I decided to not use one of the back panels.