So Far So Great
November 24, 2014
At first I was annoyed that I didn't pay attention and got this unit, which requires screwing it into door frames/walls, as opposed to using tensioners that would allow for avoiding putting holes into walls/doorways. It requires more work to install, but having gone through the hassle, I'm happy I did. It's much more secure and screw-in installation allows for there being no bottom bar that one has to step over, and that one could trip over. The whole thing is as rock-solid as can be, and on sale for $40, it's a total bargain. Just make sure you have a drill with the appropriate-sized bit to make the pilot holes you'll need.
No bottom bar to trip over.
Cons:Requires drilling holes to complete screw-in assembly.