Very good portable net
When assembled, the frame is strong and rigid which enables the net to be tensioned appropriately. The "belt' along the top of the net is wide and stiff, which is a good feature compared to some of the other (cheaper) portable nets I've used. Really like that the pole frame does not use "buttons" to lock the pieces together; instead the poles fit together tightly.
One suggestion: the frame has to be assembled w/ some care to ensure the #3 and #6 poles are properly positioned. While the poles are numbered, it didn't take long for the adhesive stickers to either rub-off or get damaged. As a result, after less than 6 uses, I've had to improvise a system that relies on colored tape to keep the assembly simple. In lieu of the numbered stickers, I suggest a more "fail safe" approach be devised.