Review by confirmed purchaser
I bought this to replace an aging Craftsman 26" 6 drawer chest that I use in my (dirt bike) trailer. I finally got the shower built in to my trailer, and the Craftsman wasn't going to fit where I "wanted" it to. This Montezuma box fits perfectly in the space I had available... Better than anything else I could find (this is for sure an "odd" size as far as toolboxes go).
It has to be difficult to design an "organizer" toolbox that can fit everyone's needs. When I say "organizer", I mean that it has specifically designed locations for certain types of tools. If you don't have (or want) those specific tools, then these extra spots are wasted. In my particular use case, I don't really have the need to carry any 1/2" drive sockets, so the prongs that would normally hold those sockets are just taking up space (I'm considering cutting them off, but there isn't really anything else I could put there, so that doesn't gain me much). Maybe I'll come up with a modification that will allow me to use that space, but right now it isn't worth much.
The second (also nitpicking) gripe I have, is that the wrench hangers go from large to small across the back of the box, such that you have to hang your large metric wrenches next to your large standard wrenches on the left, and then hang your smaller metrics and standards next to each other on the right. It would have been nice if they could have gone large to small on the left, then large to small again on the right, (like they did with their socket prongs) so you could hang your all your metrics together on the left and all your standards together on the right, rather than having them all intermingled (making it harder to find the right wrench).
Third nitpick... This would be the perfect toolbox (for me) if it were a few inches taller and had a "junk drawer" (or two) built in to the base. Would be nice to have a little extra space to throw some random extra parts.
But those are all nitpicks. Overall this is a heavy duty toolbox that has nice thick steel (has to be double the thickness of the old Craftsman), a thick powder coat, and a solid latch. It looks and feels like it will last me the rest of my life.
Overall, really nice tool box, easy access to sockets, wrenches, and screwdrivers (other stuff is a little buried). I would like to give 4 1/2 stars, but it is more worthy of a 5 star than a 4 star. Purchase was easy and shipping was fast. Nice toolbox!!! (Posted on 7/28/2016)