We remodeled our kitchen and had one inside corner that was going to have a a lot of dead space in the back. The kitchen originally had two inside corners, and we knew that we basically never used whatever was stuck way in the back. So I hunted all over the internet to find a solution. There are lazy susans, but that wouldn't work for us as the stove was next to the cabinet. There are also these "cloud" style pullouts - sort of like a surfboard with an odd shape that swings and pivots out, but I could never tell how much usable space this gave me. (Rev-a-Shelf makes them, too.) And I couldn't tell how hard it would be to get something out of the back, that had fallen off one of the shelves.<br /><br />Actually, it was pretty difficult to understand how much space this unit provides, too. Rev-a-Shelf doesn't bother to tell you, and the numbers seem odd - is an 18" unit the right size to go into a 48" blind cabinet? But it is. The door opening on a standard 24" cabinet is a bit over 18", so that's the widest a unit like this can be. 18" front + 18" behind = 36" total length, and you lose some of that because of the frames that hold the baskets. You really have about 16" of width in the baskets. Also, the baskets aren't the full 24" depth, either - the lowers are 17" and the uppers are 16".<br /><br />If something does fall off into the back of the cabinet, it's very easy to retrieve. Just pull out both sets of baskets, then remove the two baskets from the inside frame. Then you can climb into the cabinet and retrieve the lost item.<br /><br />So, this does leave a fair amount of unused space in the cabinet, more than I would have expected, and hence the 4 stars. You could probably put something into the foot of lost space in the far back, something that you want to have but almost never use.<br /><br />Now I want to stop being grumpy and say how much I like this unit. It glides so easily, everything is visible and easy to pull out and put away. The baskets are easy to remove and replace, if you should need to clean them. The upper baskets are adjustable over about 3" of height, and the rear basket can be set differently than the front. Ours is loaded up with appliances that were otherwise relegated to a cupboard over the fridge and required a step stool to get at: Vitamix, blender, rice cooker, and a few other things that were cluttering up the countertop.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]