This is not meant to become a pissing contest,,,just some information that some may not know about... I used to own a large Snap on box ( tamale wagon ) and hands down it was one fine toolbox. I left the truck refrigeration field after 12 or so years and the place I lived didn't have enough space for me to store this box. So I stuck a deal and sold it. I kept all of my tools and stuffed them into a POS Craftsman box and have been kicking myself in the ass ever since.... fast forward 12 years,,,I have been exploring replacing the box with one that I used to own, but the 9.5 K it would take is prohibitive,,,do I really need a snap on box ? I looked at many others, Costco, Sam's Waterloo...I was not wanting to get back into the "tool truck " routine...then I spotted these made by Torin at Northern tool and thought what the hell,,,I'll go take a look. http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_6970_200321997_200321997 http://www.northerntool.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_6970_200321999_200321999 I was impressed. I would not say that they are "snap on quality" but I would put them up beside Snap on or Mac anyday. The fact that the bottom weighs 640 lbs. empty and the top weighs 402 lbs. shows that they are built strong. They are powder coated black,,have ball bearing drawer slides, the larger drawers have 4 B/B slides,,cylinder locks, ball bearing greaseable casters, drawer liners included. I laid a mic. on the cabinet wall -.058 -- The drawers are the same. And the best part is,,, the ENTIRE SET cost me $1504.00 out the door.... Snap on's bottom box is about 4500.00 alone. So flame away,,,but look at this box if you are seriously thinking about buying a new box. they also have a 41" set..