I bought this bumper about a week ago, and installed it on my 4Runner once it arrived. It was a "scratched" one so I actually got it for $319 plus tax, that is over $100 cheaper then a "new" one. For the money it is not a bad buy. Only time will tell how well it holds up, but the construction and quality of the finish seem reasonable.I originally wanted a Warn bumper, but at almost $800ish or more dollars it was a bitter pill to swallow for what is a pretty simple steel bumper. I figured if this cheaper "Chinese" bumper option didn't hold up well, I would just use it as a template to build an even better one myself down the road.The bumper weight (85 pounds) is about the same as other similar bumpers from bigger name brands. That tells you that it is constructed from about the same amount of steel as others. How well "Chinese" steel holds up to American made remains to be seen. Making steel is not that complicated, China should be able to make excellent steel at this point. If your being honest, you know a lot of name brand American stuff is Chinese made, but with a bigger price tag.I am not a fan of the fact everything is made in China, but much of it is getting pretty damn good. Good for China, not so good for America... this is turning a little bit into a "Made in China" rant, but stay with me here the ride is almost over.In closing, I think it's important to point out that the instructions are pretty bad, that may be a deal breaker for some people. I am not deterred by that fact, as I am pretty adept at figuring things out on my own.Is a Warn bumper worth $500 dollars or more then this Chinese bumper? I have no idea since I haven't seen one close up, but its hard to imagine this would be the case. For all I know, maybe it's made in China too. The Warn VR series winches are Chinese, maybe the bumpers are too. I actually don't know though... so take that with a grain of salt.