Overall a decent kit that doesn't break the bank, but the floor brush is WAY too small. That is the attachment I use most on my wooden floors and it is quite tiny. Luckily the attachment from my old system fits onto this one so I don't need to use it.
The hard surface floor attachment does not work as well as the one that came with my previous vacuum. The pet hair sticks to it too much and it seems to just push the dirt around.
The combo floor tool is difficult to use. The suction is so strong that the metal wands pull away from each other. It also does not glide on the carpet with ease.
This kit is fine for the money, but it really proves you "get what you pay for". It does the job, and I actually like the carpet/floor combo attachement - it is easy to flip from one to the other. However, everything is lighter-weight than what came with the vacuum, originally. The hose tends to kink more easily and the extension pieces sometimes are hard to separate (no click-in button). But the biggest drawback is that there is no on-off switch at the hose end, which means you must walk back to the hose connection and disconnect it every time you want to stop the vacuum. A major pain. I never noticed this when I bought the set - just assumed there would be an on-off like my old hose. If I had realized this at the time, I would have ordered one of the more expensive Turbocat kits, even though we don't need the carpet attachement, as we just put in hardwood. (YOU CAN ORDER THE COMBO KIT PARTS SEPARATELY ALONG WITH A LOW VOLTAGE HOSE. IT HAS A SWITCH.)
The two wands, combined, are too short. They need to be 3-4 inches longer, per each piece.
Also, the wands separate too easily, no matter how tightly we slip or twist them together. They separate several times per room, so we had to tape them together.