Nice cabinet, but was a bit surprised when I saw the top was Gum wood. After looking it up online I wanted to know how you get around the twisting and warping of what some people called junk wood. Also being a wood worker why had I never heard of it, so I called and talked to one of your associates who told me the top would be maple. I saw that you cut them into very small pieces like a cutting board. The top looks fine. I checked the crate and saw no major damage. after My brother and I got the cabinet out is when we found a very minor ding near the bottom, not enough to send back and it did not keep any of the drawers from working. Having worked in transportation for twenty years the problem was easy for me to see. There would be no way of knowing when it happened, on the loading dock or on the truck during delivery. I know how drivers and loaders treat pallets or blocks that are too low....bang bang until you get the forks under. The blocks were to low and different in size, I checked each one, damage was bound to be done.
Having said that, I should say, I love my cabinet!