|We bought a Lifetime 11x11 shed with floor. It arrived via ABF in less than a week. I found the cases to be extremely heavy and absolutely required the strength of two people to move - even with a two-wheeled dolly (my wife was the other person). Note: Do not cut any strapping tape until you have placed all four boxes where you will be working with them (I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE DUE TO LOOKING FOR THE DIRECTIONS).
I would recommend that you read the entire directions at least once before doing anything. It might save you time and lots of irritation.
Build your base first. Either wood or concrete. Buy exterior/treated wood and don't allow for ground contact. If concrete, I would encourage the use of some rebar or concrete screen. Don't forget to create impressions to assist in future cracking (all slabs try to fracture).
Upon opening the four boxes, nothing appeared broken, scratched or injured. Lifetime used a lot of foam blocks to dissipate weight and pressure.
I have found it very beneficial to arrange all similar pieces of the shed. The directions shows certain "boxes" are needed first to assist in initially building certain parts of the shed. Those boxes are not together. They could be in any of the four shipping cases. Be careful with the windows - they will fall out of the wall piece since they are not taped. Easy way to break them.
I am starting to actually build the shed. I don't expect problems. Can't wait to put stuff in it!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]