I got this little nightstand at the Goodwill "bins" for $5.00. For those of you who are not lucky enough to have a Goodwill "bins" store near you, or brave enough to venture into it if you do, (for the record I don't blame you!) the "bins" is the place where all the stuff that either did not sell at the regular Goodwill or was not good enough to sell there in the first place, ends up. Going to the "bins" is an experience unto it self, and not for the faint of heart or germ-a-phobes. I have seen people in there with dust masks and gloves sifting through the giant "bins" on wheels looking for that one amazing find, while other folks line up to be the first lucky ones to rummage through the "new" stuff they roll out every so often. These are serious "pickers"! While I haven't gotten to the mask and glove stage, my own precautions consist of staying mainly to the furniture side of things and keeping my hands in my pockets until I find something worth taking the risk to touch. I felt this little nightstand was worth the risk; it is in great working order, heavy as hell, the hardware is fun, and the price was right. Now I just need to figure out what to do to it to make it live up to its potential. Any ideas?