After ruining a drill bit, attempting to drill through the frame, I broke out the welder, and had one side completely installed, in the time it took to ALMOST get 1 hole in the frame. Between the 2 sides, it took about an hour for installation.
Couple complaints about the instructions; I had questions about what the pictures were trying to show, and ended up figuring it out on my own. 3 pages of pictures, that didn't exactly pertain to my vehicle (expected with a universal step). The instructions called for a 9/16th wrench for the bolts that mount the brackets to the frame, it's actually a metric bolt. Also, at one point, the instructions showed what looked like there were to be nuts placed on the bolts that go through the frame; there weren't enough nuts included anyway.
The steps look good, seem sturdy enough, and were easy enough to install.