If you have any type of OCD or have an issue when things done line up properly, skip these. The way the tiles are cut, the patterns rarely match up. You have to open all the boxes and turn them every which way to get the right fit for the patterns along the edges, especially if its a highly visible area. I did this project myself and used these in my mudroom since I didnt want to pay a contractor to come into my house to put down ceramic tile during Covid. They're easy to cut with regular scissors, but the ones you cut will end up having issues sticking since you had to touch them a bit more. A lot of the tile also came damaged with smudges and scrapes and gauges in them so I couldn't use them. I ended up not having enough for my project so there are empty spaces under my washer and dryer. Not the end of the world BUT some day it'll be an issue. The adhesive on some is completely fine while other boxes none of them stick well. I have one whole section I didn't have to put weights on, and another section I've had weights on for 3 weeks. And by weights i mean my 20 lb weights from the basement. They're still not laying flat so I'll have to get glue. I'd say if you're selling a house and need a cheap facelift, this is a quick fix. If it's an area you'll use often and are particular (happy to admit that I am) about how things look and lay, then go with a different product.