After considering various other drive away awnings we saw this on the JK stand at Volksworld and decided this was the one for us. It comes packed in 2 bags, one containing the poles and the 2nd containing the canvas, separate groundsheet and hanging inner tent (which for just the 2 of us was surplus to requirements). Goes up fairly easily by 1st constructing the frame of jointed aluminium poles and then by draping the canvas over the top and pegging it down. It has both inner and outer skirts that get pegged down using the supplied plastic pegs.. It can be joined to the gutter rail via clamps or figure of 8. As we didn't have the latter we used the gutter clamps and it stayed put all weekend, although I'm going to give the figure of 8 a go next time as I really don't like clamping stuff on the gutter rails. for fear of scratching the paintwork. It certainly passed the leak test on Sunday night, but left us with a mass of soaking canvas to lug home and hang out to dry, but as the poles are not integral this is fairly simple. JK sell a separate tie down kit for use in high winds and I think I might invest in one of these for trips we have planned later this year as it's not the most aerodynamically shaped awning around! All in all very pleased with it, maybe the only downside is that it is quite bulky. Picture below shows it in use last weekend, hope this is helpful?