I signed up with them and not being that experienced was not sure what to look for. They were very helpful but rarely answered emails even for basic questions. They were quick to respond if you called, but sometimes if you are busy and it is a simple question it is easier to just drop an email.
What put me off most was their search engine. Even with a detailed request it was hard to find some products. The margins are very small. I can see some value if you work at high volumes. I am sure they give a better deal also. Many products did not have images but the data feeds generally do.
They apparently work hard on the data and keeping things up do date except for their own website. It reflects a lot of out of stock items.
it is a shame because they carry name brand products and a large variety of categories.
If you want one that is very attentive and helpful, with an easy site to navigate I suggest Chinavision. It is a good example of how to do a website IMO.
No fees at all. But it is over 90% electronics from China. Not everybody's thing. Still a nice shop to work with. Margins are decent. If you plan to do Ebay or Amazon sales take care, they suck up quite a bit of your profit with fees. Most like Chinavision don't really care how much you jack your prices, but of course buyers do.