Was so impressed with the 22” Rigidline product end result and HGS service, decided to provide this detailed review to provide feedback to the manufacturer and hopefully some installation tips. My customer did not want the Cortin Steel so we cleaned the 10 panels with mineral spirits to remove the Cortin aging solution, then washed with soap, then after drying, lightly sanded and painted both sides with black satin Rustoleum paint. Two coats exterior and one coat interior which used 1 gallon. (Straightcurve – plz consider supplying this in black and realize scratching will be an issue so maybe include a small can of spray paint for touch-up?) I selected the harder route by installing the metal bracing for support because we were using the planter to hold a hedge. Pounding these into hard rocky soil was not easy. Some hit rock so had to cut a few of them off using a sawzall. (Straightcurve – maybe put an angled end on one side?). Also while assembling, the upper clips joining two panels kept falling off which was very frustrating. (Straightcurve – plz note). We bent six corners, per online video instructions, in building this planter and it went well. The only comment here is when you bend your last section to turn back and reconnect with the opposite side it is tricky to get the right distance to connect with the joint on the opposite side and achieve a perfect right angle. We measured 3 times and still have a slight not right angle at one end, which you can see in the picture. We also found it easier to place sticks under the panels for leveling and sink the stakes into the ground with the stakes in place. We then filled the planters 1/3 full with dirt, watered well, then removed the sticks and no panel movement occurred. Also, you can see we placed boards across the planter at each panel connection to prevent deflection, which worked well. Finally, these panels are long and relatively heavy, so give thought on how a delivery driver can use a pallet jacket to drop the panels as close to the worksite as possible. Thanks again Erin for your superb support!