Well don't be too disheartened Doug, aside from the door vs. hinges issue, the Nornas was an absolute bear to refinish! I think that the bare pine, although it allowed for more options to customize the finish to your own decor (paint, stain, varnish, etc...), was ok if you were just going to prime and paint it, but it was very time consuming for stain + varnish, or just varnish. If those darn glass doors were more secure, I think I would've bought a few more. They are just not stable! The shorter and linear (no legs flaring) fabrikor in dark blue is still a nice case for the price https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/fabrikoer-glass-door-cabinet-black-blue-blue-00363171/ If you can spend an extra $30, I do highly recommend the Ikea Milsbo https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/milsbo-glass-door-cabinet-anthracite-30396448/ I bought one of these for my taller (standard size vintage toys) toys. Once you have it secured to the wall with the case braces (provided), it's very stable (the bottom of the legs come with "auto shims, there are adjustable disks under each leg, which allows you to level the case if your floor heights are uneven). It's a great size and holds lots of toys. The doors are heavy duty (relatively speaking!), all corner seams are sealed, the open foot print allows you to vacuum underneath, it's lockable, and is great for taller toys and/or risers. If you are handy with tools, you can add additional shelf supports and add additional glass shelves as well. The product description says it is designed to accommodate Ikea lighting options. The max shelf load is 11 lbs.