We've sold a lot of it over the past few years. Never any complaints. My one issue with it is that most patterns have a lot of short planks in them. Seldom ever do I see a long board pattern in Kahrs. It installs easily and looks pretty good when it's down. I've recently been selling more of a product from Mullican called Austin Springs. I like the look of it better myself. All the board come in 4' lengths, and each board is an actual board instead of a pattern of several boards on one plank. It's usually cheaper as well. Austin Springs is 1/2" thick where the Kahrs we sell is 3/4". Austin Springs also installs a bit easier since it uses a fold over end joint so you can install one board at a time instead of installing rows at a time. This end joint actually works well, unlike the folding joint Armstrong and Bruce use.