OK, in this corner, going for $190: Larson Oxford storm door; wood core, "dura tech" surface, brass expander (i.e. sweep, I assume), "heavy duty" weatherstripping; also retractable screen and lock, but I don't care about those. And in the other corner, going for $196: Pella Olympia storm door, "1 inch thick solid core", concealed screws, "heavy duty" hinges, brass sweep, 2 closers, "lifetime storm door protection plan", and or course retractable screen and lock with lifetime finish guarantee. So, which one would you buy? If it makes a difference, I'm gonna make a stab at installing it myself, since how hard can it be? I've posted the story of the last time when I had the Sears crew install a storm door, and they sawed up pieces of the door molding to shim out the oart of the latch that is on the frame, to make up for the fact that they installed the handle about an inch inboard of where it should go on the door, so I figure I can do that well myself. So with sadness I note that the Pella is not one of theirs with "express install" that "cuts installation time in half".