Ill start with the Packaging since this is obviously the first impression of a product. I must say, even in 3 boxes, they really do a great job to make sure your parts are packaged properly! Everything is also labeled and protected, very professional. Intsructions were pretty good, more detailed pics would have been nice in some instances but the written explanations were good. If your fairly mechanically inclined, the whole kit is pretty self explanatory. The parts themselves seem to be fairly decent quality. Everything lined up and fit well. The only thing I had to drill was the brake pedal but that is just part of the conversion. The only trouble I ran into was the proportioning valve. I have a 72 that apparently already had a proportioning valve on it, but I wasnt really sure if I needed to replace the original one or somehow it worked in conjunction with the new one. This could have been explained in the instructions. Apparently, in 71, even drum brake cars had proportioning valves, not just distribution blocks. After a little research, i figured this out and just hooked up the lines right to the new master cylinder and didnt use the new proportioning valve. This kit included everything you need except brake fluid, wheel grease and a vacuum line (you would think it would have that). Overall, I think this kit was well worth the money and my Elky stops on a dime! That right there makes it worth every penny. If you have any questions feel free to ask.