Was a recent thread someplace about Lowes. I thought--glad our Lowes is pretty good,I've had no problems. I bought two storm doors. Paid pretty good money for them. Outside of box it says read instuctions first. Open box--no instructions. Open second box--no instructions. Back to Lowes. Guy acts like instructions not needed--just hang it up. He gets the instuctions faxed in---6 pages of critical info that a person that has never installed this door would have no way of knowing. Even with the 6 pages of instructions,lots of critical stuff not included that requires lots of head scratching to figure out. One very critical item required another trip to Lowes to measure their display model. First step was to install a cover on the hinge side of door as door designed to be installed hinge to either side. Mentioned cover missing in both boxes. The sweep has a weather strip on bottom that was missing both boxes. Trip back to Lowes. They said if they didnt have it in hardware that would work,would order it and take couple weeks. I said that aint gonna happen. I got the strip off two of their displays and they can wait the two weeks on theirs. Door requires a 3/4 hole be drilled in metal. I could have done this on my drill press,but with door hung cant do it and my 3/4" bit doesn't fit my 3/8" drill. I'll probably complete one door today and do think I'll like the door,but it's been an exercise in frustration. I do think my do it yourself talents are above average and I doubt the average homeowner could do a satisfactory job of installing this door. For $111 I could have had it installed and it might have been worth paying that.