Here's a url to the gym I have at home: http://www.bodysolid.com/Item.as....age+Gym and if that gives you trouble, it's the Model: SBL460P4. Pro's: Best pads I've ever felt; you can't bottom them out. All loads begin at the bottom of the ROM, on the safety stops, so you don't need a spotter. 3" fully welded frames - this is heavy duty stuff. Cons: I had to weld an extension on the squat safety post - it had me dipping too low to start the movement when going heavy. The curling pad post has a spring pin in holes to adjust - the pin's not long enough and when heavy it collapses, so I put a bolt in it. The nylon straps with "D" rings had the sewing let go when I was doing heavy rows and sent me flying. I'm replacing them with chains. The plastic weight bar protector caps break if hit by a weight when loading the bars. The plastic guide for the leg extension unit breaks, so I need another of those. I can think of a dozen design improvements they could make, including discovering ABS plastic. The parts drawings they sent me look like they were drawn by a five-year old, and they sent me the wrong parts twice. Would I buy this machine again? HELL no! I spend too much time trying to work on it!