I ordered a frameless shower door from Aston. The door is lovely, and it stated it needed to be installed in a stud. Before I put up the shower walls I made sure I had a stud in the wall at the opening of my alcove shower. But when the door arrived the holes for the hinges were 1 1/2 inches apart. You see the problem, I needed not just a stud, but 2 studs next to each other in order to hang it. I called Aston customer service, but the answer I got was "yeah 2 studs next to each other is pretty standard". STANDARD? None of the showers I have in my house have two studs holding the door. This thing is way heavier than I expected though at least 50 lbs. Does anyone have any experience on having only 2 of the 4 holes on the hinge in the stud? There is NO WAY I can retrofit a stud in the (exterior) wall. I think I am going to end up sending this door back, but I would really like to use it, if anyone can suggest a solution.