Summary: I use this for my home recording studio. This stand is versatile enough to be used at almost any angle. From playing and singing piano, recording guitar and vocals, and other various positions. Sometimes hard to keep the mic firmly in place but that may be a function of my shock mount.
Summary: Good quality and look profession. It is very flexible and probable. It is a 5 star for that price. The only different from a real professional stand is; it does not have a weight in the bottom.
Summary: If you're a rank amateur like me, at first, you may not realize that microphone couplings can come with a standard thread adapter already inside. I discovered that almost too late with the default desk stand that came with my new AT2020 USB microphone.
Summary: This stand is solid and has all the adjustments that you would need. I'm using it in a studio so it doesn't do a whole lot of moving around but its built well enough for the road, and for he price, you can't go wrong.
Summary: This stand simply does the job. Mine did not have any of the defects others have mentioned (weak or broken cable clips). In my experience, more expensive stands may have more features but will NOT be any more reliable or stable.
Summary: This is a pretty good stand for the price, I ended up leaving this one in the rehearsal room as I prefer the telescoping booms. I have the Dr. Pro telescoping and a samson telscoping, the samson is my favorite (think the model is BT4). For the price this is a good value.