My order from Woodworks arrived today and my response was, well ... Have you ever ordered a dessert and they brought out this freakishly large platter and you thought to yourself "what the heck was I thinking when I ordered this?!?" I thought the package would be smaller. Instead, it almost tipped the scale at 18 lbs.
When I get a break I will check the order out to be sure everything is there, but right now, I am a little in shock.
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