The duck speaks the truth!
I have IKEA furniture that has survived three moves (and 20+ years), and are likely to survive three more. Then again, I've also had IKEA furniture that barely held together after assembly. :o
Actually, I'll back you on that. My roommate has three dressers and only two of them fell apart. That is, the ball bearings fell out of the slide rails and the backs and bottoms came loose from the side of the drawers and the back of the dresser.
The shelves are pretty simple, so they hold together, except for the flimsy backboards coming free from the shelf frame. The fancy shelves less so.
The thing that really turned me off was the set of screws for the table she bought. The heads of the screws were really too small for the hinges they were supposed to be holding in.
I think what IKEA needs is some oversight and testing. I really can't imagine why they'd let such stuff go out the door, doesn't anyone test assemble these things and say, "Dudenkinder, this is crap."