I finally got around to assembling the La Caja China the other day. I admit to being intimidated by the process based on what I had read on the Internet about how difficult it is to assemble. Last week though I had a day when I was trapped in the house (my car was being repaired) so I decided it was finally time to tackle the beast. And guess what? It really wasn't so difficult to put together. I had read horror stories of 1 1/2 hour assembly times with people having to call the company for help but I found the directions were straight forward (for the most part). Start to finish, I was done in less than and hour and I also assembled a rotisserie attachment. A good tip to remember is when assembling, do not tighten the screws as you go along. Leave them loose and at the end, tighten them up.
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to use it yet. I had planned on trying out the rotisserie on July 4 and preparing 2 chickens but just as I was getting ready to set up, a thunderstorm rumbled through. I was forced to move the chickens in doors to my oven. Better luck this week.