What I especially liked was the storage on either side for bottles and jars with brushes and whatever. The four drawers are very roomy and there is sufficient clearance for things that are bulky. I was able to keep everything I needed for most projects in this cart. Tools of all kinds including my dremel, all manner of glues and sprays, sewing supplies, brushes, etc, etc, etc.... Before my paint collection got enormous, I kept that in it also. The lower bin was great for stashing big items and I put a square ceiling tile on top to create a flat surface and used the compartments for odds & ends. When I wasn't crafting, I just rolled into the closet or elsewhere out of the way. Easy , peasy, lemon squeasy......
Even though I do have a space to call my own these days, I still use and love this cart. I actually have a plastic turntable I usually put on top but I recently bought this great craft tote bag for taking to classes. It has a magnetic rotating base and room for tons of necessities for playing "away". Since it seems I continually acquire more tools and various other things to make what I make, I have transfered a lot to the tote bag, freeing up more room in the cart. I am even thinking of putting the paint back in it.
So I thought I pass this along to whomever may find it useful. (actually just looking for an excuse to take a break from housework....bleh!) :-)