Should have read the reviews
Arrived via FedEx with the box coming apart; however, at least all the pieces were inside. The instructions are trash, they setup a nomenclature for the blocks and then fail to follow it in step 9. The pictures are useless and they don't identify which slats are front, middle, or back, nor does it discuss the orientation or hole they are using for assembly. For others searching the website trying to figure this out, below is some clarifying information to help the instructions make sense.
Step 3. The rear jaw is the one with the "Black and Decker" label on it. You are going to use the top block, and it is oriented so that the tube with the wedges on it (rail guides) are facing away from the bottom of the board and aligned with the hole that has the recess for the bolt head. That puts the other tube up and into the adjacent hole (to prevent it from rotating around the bolt).
Step 4. Middle slat is the one with the angle measurement on it.
Step 8. This honestly works better if you do it before Step 6, because you will be trying to get the pin through the handle then through the hole while the thing is shifting about. By doing Step 8 prior to Step 6, you are locking it in place. I couldn't not tell if this in any way negatively impacted construction, but there it is. The front slat is assembled using the "Front Blocks" (again, the instructions say top block, but you should have already used all four in steps 3 and 4). The block is oriented so that the tube goes into the hole (to keep it from rotating) and the hole that the bolt goes through lines up with the hole in the board that is recessed for the bolt. Now, you will have to reach into the stand and rotate the threaded screw for the vise so that the pivot nut's threaded hole faces up, and get the bolt through board, through the front block, and into the that threaded hole. Screw until tight.
Step 6. The instructions are pretty clear, its just easier to do it here.
Step 9. Same thing as Step 4, but it adds how to put it onto the stand. Not sure why they have this twice.
I would honestly suggest to Black and Decker two things. One, post a YouTube video on how to assemble it. It would literally take about 10 minutes, and it would have saved them a lot of hostility with regards to the instructions. Enough people have mentioned this, and as near as I can tell, they have done nothing. This is pretty bad for a business since it is offending customers. I will probably avoid Black and Decker in the future because they could not be bothered to do anything about this at all. Two, I, thankfully, only had minor problems with the shipping and handling. The rail on the right side was bent slight down and away. I was able to straighten it out (kind of) with a little time and a some pliers. Reading the reviews, this is a reoccurring problem, again, no response from Black and Decker to my knowledge. Hope this helps others.
Pros: It came, It looks like it will be better than two stools with a towel over them (maybe)
Cons: Poor Instructions, Poor shipping and handling, Underwhelming construction