Not what I was hoping
Once the boxes were open... the legs were bent, once put together the stand does not stand up straight, it leans back and it tips over with any slight touch. The silver chips off very, very easily. They scratched with any slight rubbing. Only hung prints with clips. Not sure if they would stay up with any kind of meaningful weight hanging. At show I had to lean 1 display against table just to be sure it would not tip over if people touched it. Once you break down your display they are scratched. I feel that with a couple of times of using, they will be destroyed. I only ended up using 2 of the 4 Panels. Things I do like about it - the weight. Also they are extremely easy to put together and break down. This is up in 5 minutes as opposed to my wood display which takes 25 minutes for all walls to go up.
X display unit
I have not used this display as yet for a show, but it assembles in minutes. Compared to our homemade display, I know we will appreciate how light weight it is. It is easily transported, assembled, and much smaller than our old unit. Hope to have more on display and to have customers have better access to our crafts.