I posted a review for this piece of junk that has now been removed. It's curious that all of the reviews that are now out there say the same thing and I find them highly suspect.
With less than an hour's use, the left kneepad had a lateral crack that ran across the mounting hole. By the time I sent an Email to report the problem, the Right kneepad cracked in almost the identical place.
The paint was flaking after the first use, and I at first thought that it was wax because it was sticking to the rollers, and making them not roll smooth, but after cleaning the rollers and wiping the unit down, I ccould see that the paint was coming off where the rollers were tracking. Note: the position of the rollers is welded, and unadjustable, and they are not centered on the rolling surface. All of the users weight rests on less than half of the roller surface.
The counter sets on a bracket that doesn't quite fit the slot it goes into, and after several reps on the machine, the counter fell off several times until I taped it in place.
The spacer bar for the arms that the kneepads set on, pops off, and you have to stop your exercise routine to put it back in place.
I posted pictures of what it looked like with only three weeks use, but they have now been pulled, and different pictures of models on the machines are in their place.
Don't waste Your money.
Two years 9/19/2011 later and I can't believe they're still marketing this thing. I read through the comments as I'm sitting watching reruns on a rainy day. I saw it at Sears a few weeks ago, and they haven't changed a thing. Maybe they're just selling off remaining stock, since the box looked like it was two years old or older. Just goes to prove there's no quality merchandise control, and if you have a hot body advertising a turd, people will buy it.