My spouse wanted one forever. She kept asking. Finally I gave in when the price was $125, under the condition that I could build or buy whatever workbench I want for real woodworking when we clear the necessary space in the garage. That won't happen anytime soon, so we are stuck with it for now. I hate it.
In fairness, Spouse is very happy with it. She uses it more as a table with drawers, not a real workbench. It is just what she wanted, but she does crafts, mosaics, and small scroll saw projects.
What can I say about it? Well...
* The dog holes are not the standard 3/4 inch. They are 5/8 inch, or perhaps the metric equivalent. They give you four short metal "square mushroom" dogs and four 4" wood pegs.
* The drawers underneath are lined with green felt, directly under the dog holes, so sawdust and small parts fall through. I put blue tape under the holes, but that's no real solution.
* The drawer slides are awful. One drawer was so bad that I called Harbor Freight and they sent out replacement slides. At least they stock the slides for warranty repairs, but you have to wonder why.
* The workbench edges are too thin for effective clamping. Because the dog holes are non-standard size, common hold-downs and other bench gadgets don't fit either.
* The vice is awful. It came apart once, but I fixed it. It is flimsy. It is slow and awkward to operate. There is no quick release mechanism like some modern woodworking vices that I like. The rubber caps are too loose and the handle falls off frequently. That's something I can fix easily, but have not gotten around to doing it.
I bought two woodworking vices about six months ago, when they were on sale. They are still in their boxes for the future. I had planned to use one or both to replace the vice on the Harbor Freight workbench and maybe add a front vice. I took a quick look, and I am not sure how I would install either one of them without interfering with the drawers. In fairness, I should give it another look, but it isn't promising. I am not sure my spouse would be willing trade a drawer for a better vice. It would not look pretty.
* It is lighter than a workbench should be. I keep my Bessey clamps and hardwood on the lower shelf to help weigh it down.
-> The only good thing I can say about it is the price compared with any other "woodworking-style" workbench.
I cut a matching piece of 1/8 inch hardboard and drilled holes to match the corner dog holes. I use two of the metal dogs to keep the hardboard in place.
It works for my spouse, not for me.