Hey guys, here is the review I promised on the T-Trak module I got from Stewart Denniston Look him up on Facebook, he doesn’t have a website as of this post, but he says he is working on it. So I received a standard double from him about a week ago now. Mine came without the holes pre-drilled, I have since drilled holes for mounting the track. The module came in a box already sanded and assembled, it had corner protectors taped on to prevent damage in shipping. The box was well fit to my module which was also filled with a couple pieces of styrofoam that prevented the box from being crushed in the center. The foam can be used for scenery if you desire. Looking at the overall construction I’m impressed. The module is well built and solid. It has been sanded to the point where it is already ready to finish. I have not yet done my distressed staining so I can’t say how well the wood takes to stain as of yet. I will update when I do it. The sides of the module are thick and solid providing a good rigid structure for the rest of the module, the top is thin, about 1/8th ply by the look of it, again nice and solid with no signs of warping. The joining is flawless and overall the module is well built. The underside has 4 “feet” in the corners that have furniture nuts in the for the adjustable legs. They are threaded in 1/4-20 just like Masterpiece and will even accept the same plastic legs from Masterpiece, or your favorite 1/4-20 bolt for height and level adjustment. There are corresponding holes in the top of the module for topside adjustments if you have legs with hexes. My module didn’t come with any type of foot, and I wish it had at least come with the plastic studs like the Masterpiece modules have. Those plastic feet are not everyone’s favorite but having something would have been nice. This is my only complaint. Also a nice feature on the underside that is easily missed is the routing work where the track screws would go. Due to the thick sides the first and half of the second screws would be blocked by the wood. So this area was routed out to allow for access to both screws. Moving on to the rear of the module, you will see 2 holes for the sky boards, and these holes have nutserts in them providing 1/4-20 threads to bolt the sky boards to. There is also a large rectangular hole that is for an Anderson power pole plug. This area is also routed out in the back so the retaining clips will be able to lock in place. All and all my overall take on these modules is positive. To date this is the highest quality best built module commercially available. I’m used to these being in kit form, and this comes as a complete assembly. The cost is on par with the kits and honestly for the couple dollars extra Stewart’s modules cost it is well worth every penny to come already built with a top notch fit and finish.