Great, sturdy crate that only takes 10 mins to put together. The door side was stuck on another part when removed from the box, but with a little maneuvering and a pull it popped right out. Love that the crate locks are not just flimsy straight bars that slide out if you shake the door. The locks are L-shaped and have to be turned up and pulled out to open, proving very secure. The crate metal is thicker and sturdier than I expected, such good quality for the low price I paid for it! Dogs love it and are in and out all day, as you can see in the attached video. :)
For anyone wondering about size... I have two 80lb, very tall German Shepherds. I got the XL 48in crate and it's so spacious that both can lay in there together if they want to. I can even fit food and water bowls in the crate with a pup laying down inside and he has enough room to move without worrying about knocking over his bowls. I also have a 42in crate, for anyone who wants a smaller size. The 42in can fit one of them with space to lay out comfortably.
In the video, you'll see that both can stand tall and turn around with ease inside of the 48in size. Next to the 48in is a smaller 36in size I had for them as puppies. You can see that the 36in is only just slightly taller than their backs, and they are too long to lay down comfortably inside it.
I would definitely recommend that anyone with a larger dog get the 42in or 48in crate to give your pup ample space to move and lay!