...it usually comes without a couple things we take for granted here in the States, namely kitchen cabinets and closets. When we moved there in 1984, we had to buy all this stuff, assemble it and install it. AIR, there were instructions (in German, of course) with (very legible) illustrations - actually pictures of the assembly process. In fact, the pictures alone would have sufficed for me.
Everything went well - up to a point. The kitchen cabinets that hung on the walls actually hung and stayed hung (and were even level!). One of the bedroom closet units, however, was too tall for the sloping ceiling of the room we needed to install it in.
A German neighbor came to the rescue. He'd been there, done that, and knew exactly how to remove 3 centimeters (a little over an inch) from the base of this thing so that it fit properly in the space we had.
The good news: $1,200 in unreimbursed (and therefore tax deductible) moving expenses and the fact that I managed to use this stuff for 3 years and get $500 for it when we moved to Utah.
Ah, the joys of military service...