I spent a great deal of time researching plastic sheds and am overall happy with this one. Here's my review of it:
-It can be assembled with ease on a level surface due to how light it is. Two people can finish putting it together in about 2-4 hours.
-It is flexible and rigid, respectively because the shed is made out of thin vinyl but reinforced with metal bars. Once anchored, the shed won't move. I've subjected this to some heavy winds and rain and no issues yet.
-This shed can surprisingly hold a lot of storage. I've got a push lawnmower, portable generator, snow shovels, rock salt, seat cushions, a swing awning, etc. I know that I can squeeze more into it. For those looking for motorcycle storage, this is definitely big enough.
-Since the vinyl walls in this shed are so thin, some folks may find that it's not secure enough to prevent theft, i.e. a thief cutting into the siding for entry. I counter this by saying that unless a thief knows your shed is built with thin vinyl, he/she would probably get into it using bolt cutters anyways. If you're really concerned, you could attach chicken wire or hardware cloth along the interior walls to make it harder to cut into your shed's walls. My opinion, this is not the kind of shed you'd put high-dollar items in. Expensive tools and equipment should be in a garage or workshop in your house.
-Plan out the area where you plan to put this shed and make sure it's level and is on some type of a platform, i.e. wood, gravel, etc.
-Make sure this shed is put somewhere that doesn't break any local ordinances, i.e. size limitation of shed, placement of shed, and rodent infestation mitigation.
-Put hardware cloth few feet in the ground around the shed. If you put the shed on a wooden platform over concrete, put hardware cloth between the platform and ground. This is crucial to prevent any rodents from making your shed their new home.
-Anchor, anchor, and anchor! Since my floor mats curled up some, I went ahead and screwed this shed into its wooden platform more than the instructions called for. However, this shed is extremely light and it's absolutely imperative that you anchor the shed, or at least put heavy objects in it until you have the appropriate anchorage in it.