I checked out costs from other Succah companies; also getting metal poles, connectors, and the canvas sides myself to build from scratch and even wood using a simple luan with hooks and eyes and bamboo poles; but mitsvahland's 10 x 10 succah price could not be beat, when it included everything you would need but the schach. It even came with a storage bag and decorations included as a bonus which makes such a difference. Especially to store it for next year. The succah was delivered on time within 5 days, even tho I only found them 10 days before Succos from a youtube video a young couple posted! Was easy to set up with the help of a young bachur, but took us 2 hours....because of the directions. They could be more detailed as the middle schach support attachment was confusing for us to figure out, and the canvas walls were not obvious which side faced out, even as we looked at the instructions and video, NUMEROUS times. We ended up installing the walls inside out, which worked anyway due to double sided zipplers, just the roll-up screen window coverings didn't keep out the wind. Next year I'll know better. Also, the four flat cords to give it stability are tied onto the corners. I am going to see if I can attach velcro or sew a 'tightener' on the ends so they can be adjusted as untieing them was a little hard. We called mitsvahland 2 times for help, even tho it was 2 days before Succos and the person patiently answered our questions.
I'm now wondering if we can buy additional pieces to expand the kit to expand it to 10 x 20 without having to buy a whole new kit. The only thing missing is W-D 40 to spray on the pins so they don't rust. There was a little rust after our use, but not on all the pins. Plus the ground supports had a little water in them so we made sure to drain them before storing away in the garage after they dried out. BTW, it only took us an hour to dismantle to store away. Even tho there were torrential rains here in NY erev Succos, and I had not attached the sand bags that were included (no sand) and recommended, the succah walls blew in and out (we never had time to velcro the bottom attachments to the bottom rails), but the whole structure stayed put. THANK YOU MITSVAHLAND! My 94 year old mother got to eat in the Succah this year because of you. I can't recommend Mitsvahlands Succah's enough!