The assembly is a bit of a "figure it out", though it comes with detailed instructions, few of the bolts are the correct size. It's also very easy to strip out some of the metal holes, so be careful when assembling. I have at least one bolt I had to cut off with my Dremel and tap out.
The overall product is an amazing value for the price. I've been using it for about 3 weeks now as a part time commercial, mostly home shop.
I love the remote start feature, I have the remote dongle clipped to my shop apron.
The overall amp draw is inaccurate on the website listing, and this machine requires its own 20 amp circuit. To be honest, it really should just be a 240v and if I were do do it over again, I might spend the more money and get the slightly bigger machine that comes pre-wired for 220. My electrician friend and I hooked up his meter to my shops electrical panel while turning on this system, and in the first 5 seconds it spikes from about 100 amps, down to 75 amps, and eventually down to the steady draw of 13-15 amps. So in the long run, it's going to be putting a lot of excess strain on the electrical system.
What the first reviewer said about the exhaust hose is also correct, it's in the wrong spot and creates an unnecessary sharp turn in the system.
I've only run a single machine on this at once, but so far it handles my table saw, jointer, and planer amazingly, and there is hardly any dust at all in the plastic bag.