Overall its a sturdy well designed bed frame that looks great in my room. The ottoman function works great and there's plenty of storage in there. The wires which power the TV mechanism are simultaneously well hidden but also easily accessible should you need to change anything. All that is required is opening the ottoman, move the 'floorboards' and you have access. The floorboards are not nailed down so is easy to remove. The head board is surprisingly comfortable, although don't get your hopes up too high.
The colour is also pleasant and fits with our colour scheme well.
Two issues however:
1) advertised build time is not realistic. A family member who helped me build this is pretty handy and it took us around 4 to 5 hours to build compared to the 1 or 2 hours quoted in the instructions. Its not a major concern but just be aware.
2). The function to lift the TV does not work completely. Essentially, when using the remote to lift the TV out of the frame, it stops short of where its supposed to finish, meaning a centre meter or so of the TV screen is blocked. This is easily remedied by briefly lowering and re-raising the lift, which will allow it to reach its complete lift, but its is really annoying considering the price of the frame. I would have sent the frame back if there wasn't a solution. However, the app which you can use instead of the remote works flawlessly (TV lifts up completely), so I believe this is less a problem with the lift mechanic and more with the actual remote itself. The app has made a deal breaking issue more of a minor inconvenience, and actually you will probably use the app more than the remote anyway as you can control music and volume on there too.
Overall this has proved to be a good purchase as it adds more storage to the room with the ottoman but also saves storage if like me, you enjoy watching TV in bed on a lazy Sunday morning. It means valuable space is not taken up by a TV stand or desk elsewhere in the room.