None of the holes in the metal for screws line up correctly with glass, this leads to the center piece not being able to be screen in at all due to misalignment of the screw holes in the frame with the glass pieces.
I had to upgrade the size of my desk a few months back.
already having 4 monitors on my desk that had a fixed shelf was becoming a pain as i didn't have any ability to organize things in a specific manner. Since I work from home i needed a desk that felt good to sit at, looked good, and matched my computer hardware as well (symmetry is key when at a desk for long periods i found).
I looked online, found this desk, I was amazed at the almost 1/2" thick glass tops, no flexing. I bought the two long pieces with corner add on. just that space alone has helped me reclaim a lot of desk space, as mentioned in other posts, the glass sits about 5" from the wall allowing for cable management, and since the support panels on the desk pieces have all holes in them, its easy to zip strap your cables up out of sight for the clean look.
I actually bought another corner and long piece, being that this is a modular desk, you can put yourself into a little square desk if you wanted, I haven't added them on, i just made sure to buy them before this beauty was discontinued and i couldn't find them anymore, i bought them so once my reno's were done in my basement I could have a solid U desk.
the desk is solid, additional note, make sure you take your time when putting the desk pieces together, dont unpack the corner piece until you're ready to install it. I learned the hardware and realized i put the wrong screws to support the corner piece and had to take apart a portion of the desk to correct it.
I use two 3 drawer plastic storage containers under each side of the long pieces, roughly 30" high for each (estimated). very helpful for storage.
For computer nerds or gamers: I have a 24" LCD gaming monitor on the corner piece, two hifi speakers on either side of it about 4" wide each, then 2 x 22" asus lcd's on the other sides of the speakers, (monitor, speaker, middle monitor, speaker, monitor), then a 4th monitor (on a mac mini) (22" also) to the far right beside the triple screen setup. and there's still plenty of room. this was just to give you a rought idea of the type of space you have available and trust me there's tons of it.
For someone looking for a big desk that easily matches $1000 price tag quality, this is perfect.
Only thing I didn't like is that the little plastic plugs tend to fall out from the desk feet. I glued them in since it didn't make any sense why they weren't glued in the first place. The openings in the desk frames should have been rounded off and closed, but other than that, no regrets buying this desk.
I bought two small desk ends with the center piece. I am surprised with the quality of this desk vs the price. This desk is well built and sturdy, the welding job between the joints was done properly and are very strong, the glass is tempered and near flawless. Though the desk does not fit directly against a wall the space between the desk and the wall is convenient for cords, stand-up lamps, ETC. There is a good amount of foot room but you do hit your knees on the foot braces between the desk portion and the corner piece.
With all that said this Desk is a steal of a deal and extremely appealing to the eye.