My review is basically a composite of many of the others. After installing 600+ square feet, I can say that it really looks great. Better, in fact, than many others costing more. The installation, however was another matter. I have installed several types of hardwood and laminate, and this was probably the most difficult.
This floor suffers from a combination of poor materials and wide manufacturing tolerances. About half went together effortlessly, but the other half was very difficult to get to lay flat, mainly due to varying widths. It doesn't take much of a difference in width to keep pieces from lining up when the pieces rely on mechanical means to keep them together rather than glue. Also, although the finish is nearly impossible to scratch, the corners and edges flake and chip too easily. This is especially a problem when coupled with the problem of not lining up straight and flat.
I am very happy with the look today, but I have reservations about the longevity. Overall, if I were to do it again I would probably pick a different brand, and I would hesitate to recommend it to other homeowners who would be installing it themselves.
Looks Like Wood, Looks Great
Difficult to Install, chips easily