I am getting ready to replace eight banker's boxes that are filled with reference and active papers with real file cabinets. I would appreciate anyone's experience with brands or models that have proven satisfactory and those that have not. I have four metal ones but the drawers were temporarily removed when we moved and to do so some clips had to be taken out. The movers lost some of the clips and damaged the others. Now the drawers have no stops. The manufacturer does not repond to querey regarding replacement of the clips. I also have two of abother brand in my office but if a drawer is more than a third full and you open it all the way, the cabinet tips forward. My friend got some "wooden" drawers that you assemble and the bottoms fell out after awhile. I am also interested if anyone has experimented with the files that sit on shelves rather than drawers. These are tabed on the side, often used in doctor's offices.