I have been using this stand both in my home studio & for a few live gigs for about a month & I just want to share a few things I've noticed that I wish I had known before purchasing.
The PROS: this might be obvious, but the best thing about this stand is the portability. I have yet to come across a better-made gear stand that's easier to setup, tear down, & carry around. The quality of construction is what has surprised me the most. Honestly, I was a little nervous when I first got it because of how thin & flimsy it looked/felt in person, but trust me this little thing is built like a tank! It's been thrown around, used for controllers larger than it was designed for, and finger-drummed on – yet it's as straight as the day I got it!
The CONS: I primarily bought this to use with my MF 3D & Twister after seeing the product picture above that shows it being used with 2 MF's; however, that is a bit misleading in my opinion. Although the stand can technically fit both, it does so with NO room to spare. On top of the extremely tight fit, the majority of this stand is polished Hylite (aluminum), which doesn't provide much grip to keep your controllers from sliding off. You might be able to get away with using it for 2 MF's in at home, but you're bound to knock 1 or both off if you try that in a live setting. Personally, I only put 1 MF on it at a time regardless of if I'm at home or at a gig. There's just not enough space for me to comfortable use one of them without the other getting in the way—especially with if you're trying to use the side buttons on the MF's.
Although this doesn't affect me because I only bought it to use with midi controllers, this stand is technically sold as a "Laptop stand" on AViiQ's website. I definitely DON'T recommend using this to hold your computer, especially if you have a MacBook Pro. Once again, the ONLY "grip" this stand provides are the 2 small rubber tabs on the ends, which proved to be far from enough to keep my 13" MacBook from sliding around with even the slightest bit of pressure. If you're looking for a portable laptop stand, I would try checking out the "Quick Stand" DJTT is selling instead. I don't personally own it, but from the pictures it looks like it has more rubber components to keep your computer from sliding off & potentially getting seriously seriously damaged.