A couple of weeks ago I had to install new locks/deadbolts on the house (don't ask). I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was compared to the original ones I installed when we bought the place 4 years ago. At that time, I really had to move / jiggle the locks around to get one to fit our pretty standard metal front door. We kept the low security passage set on the back door (just changed the actual lock) because we knew eventually we'd be replacing that door as it was original to the house and looked like it might fall apart at any time. It just took a lot longer to get a new one as we went through a few options before we settled on the full glass door that we (the Home Depot installer) put in. Now that I've been thinking about doors and locks, I'm looking at the front door and starting to hate the way it looks. It was put in by the previous owners and while it is a pretty run-of-the-mill metal door, it doesn't let in much light, which is at a premium in the house. We did our best to make it look better by painting it inside and out because at the time we bought the house it just had primer on it on both sides, so you can imagine how bad it looked when we got it. I wonder if getting a new one would be worth it?