Recent Review: Went to Lumber Liquidators and talked to staff about floating floors. Decided to purchase the Schon Quick Clic (Select Red Oak) random length plank flooring with underlayment. I picked up the flooring and let it acclimate (as per instructions) for 4 days. I opened 3 of the 9 boxes to get started and noticed that many of the longer planks were cupped. They wouldn't lay flat on the floor unless you pushed them down. Didn't like that at all so I took some of the cupped planks back to LL and showed them to the staff. They agreed that they were not supposed to be like that and immediately place an order for replacements for all 9 boxes. Had to wait almost 2 weeks for the replacement order. I took the original stuff back and picked up the new flooring. After acclimating the new flooring for 4 days, I installed the flooring. While it does look very nice and is easy to install, I'm just not sure that this flooring is the greatest engineered wood flooring. While the second order did not contain planks that were cupped as bad as the first order, there were some that were not flat and at the perimeter of the floor the flooring does tend to rise up. It seems most other engineered wood flooring is made up of 3 layers (finish layer with 2 backing layers). This flooring is a finish layer with some type of MDF (medium density fiberboard?) backing. Whether this makes it more inclined to cup or warp, I'm not sure, but it did. Also, the MDF backing (where it is cut to receive the tongue of an adjacent plank) does tend to easily chip. Again, all in all, the flooring looks very nice and it does come with a 25-year guarantee. I have done many projects around the house and just didn't feel that construction of this flooring was as good as it should be.