Great European design, but not well thought out in terms of functionality. There are two ways you can mount the legs, but if you mount them with the triangle form on the floor, you only have two crossbars that mount in the same direction to the underside of the desk. There is no way you could ever tighten these enough to keep them from rolling, so your desk ends up swaying slightly from side to side. I have not yet decided to disassemble this and attempt to install the legs the other way, but that might, I repeat, might, help, and it might not, and then if it doesnt and I prefer the look of the other orientation, I'll probably end up with stripped holes for the screws, and the desk will be even more wobbly. It really wouldnt have been hard to design brackets that fixed the angle of the bars that mount below. Sure, it wouldnt have looked quite as clean, but it would beat a wobbly desk. ONLY buy this desk if you can shove it flat up against a wall to keep it from rocking, and also, put some sort of felt cushions on the edge by the wall, so it doesnt scrape your wall up when it moves, which it will. Over and over and over and over again. :( Oh, and one other thing, PAY ATTENTION TO THE DESK HEIGHT if you plan to purchase this. It's about four inches higher than most, so you will need a chair with a high seat height or your ergonomics will be a disaster.