If I had known there was a chance to get a good desk at a good price like this even with everyone working from home, I should have bought this a year ago. It looks respectable, fits well, and the wood panels don't feel cheap like the Ikea desk that we have.
Assembly was quick, and yes, the included tools make it easy. When put together, the metal structure also makes it much sturdier than an Ikea desk. I could confidently sit on it, if I wanted. Not that I would, but I could.
We're able to fit three computers on it (a 17" laptop, 27" iMac, and 24" PC monitor), but you could easily fit four monitors depending on your situation. It's at a good height for our standard office chair, and there's nothing that gets in the way of your legs underneath (a big pet peeve of some desks!). And, the corner cut in the back allows for cords to come up from underneath. The dark walnut complements our wood floors, but I do wish the fit weren't so shiny.
The little computer stand is less needed for usCbut I could see it helping keep dust out of a PC tower or reducing the risk of flood damage. Right now, we use it as a document organizer.
And to those who say it isn't reversible, well, not as it comes... but we did test flipping one of the wood panels and it seems possible if you use wood filler to hide the predrilled holes and secure it from underneath, even with just some friction tape, to keep it in place (if you don't plan on bumping or rough housing with it a bunch).