The pictures don't lie -- this is exactly what I expected, and it's just a very nice unit. A few things to keep in mind:
1) Liftgate delivery -- be prepared to move a 400-pound plastic-shrink-wrapped boxes from the truck to your house. They give you the pallet with the shipment, which probably adds another 30 pounds. My hand truck was barely able to move it.
2) Our sauna is upstairs, and moving the glass door was a doozy. It's heavy -- probably around 120 pounds, so a handful for two grown adults. The rest of the parts are easy to move, but the door is hefty.
3) The room where the sauna sits isn't the best insulated in the house, so it's around 65 degrees in winter. It takes 20 minutes for the sauna to come to 100 degrees; half an hour to come to 115. 40 minutes later, it rises to 120, and that's pretty much where it tops out. So if you are going to install this in a cold-ish area, keep that in mind.