The concept is an excellent idea, the product needs a little work. It was really expensive and it required 2 kits to make it long enough. 30" is not enough for any curbed shower that I can think of. The two kits are suppossed to be able to be attached together, kind of like a puzzle piece. The problem was they didn't fit into each other. I had to shave down the inside piece, all four of them, to be able to get it to work. It also says that there are arrows on top to point to which side is in the shower so that the curb is slanted down to the shower for runoff. This is kind of a moot point though as you have to cut the inside down anyway after the prepitch and then level it out anyway when you pack it with mortar and do the second mortar bed. It was a selling point for me but didn't help at all. you could really have it face either direction and have to fiddle with it just as much to get it right. Other than that, it looks really good, is nice and square and solid once I got the mortar packed in their. It is a little bit more difficult than the video shows you as you have to pack each one of those little rectangles on all three sides with mortar. THe video appeared to have mortar that was too thin for proper mortar mixture.
Difficult to Install