Won't Hold A Candle
These stands appear rock solid and aesthetically, are quite appealing. However, that's pretty much where the quality ends, unfortunately.
1) The boom will not reliably hold the weight of an SM57 without drooping. The boom angle locking mechanism lacks friction when tightened. It takes very little weight to droop the boom, even with the boom angle adjustment knob tightened to almost break-point torque. I could not easily mount a U87 on this stand without it drooping. If you sand down the rubber disk gasket here with some 100 grit sandpaper, or cut some grooves into inside boom bracket where it contacts the rubber disks, it should hold much better.
2) The tripod legs are attached via a type of rivet, which will loosen over time and no longer hold the legs out. If you leave the tripod legs extended indefinitely, this shouldn't be a problem for you.
3) The knobs used for tightening the base height and the boom angle are a poor design and don't allow easy tightening or loosening of these adjustments. They're not unusable, but aren't the easiest on your fingers.
If Gator would revisit the boom angle lock and replace the smooth rubber disk gaskets with higher friction disks, revert back to more traditional knobs or torque-bars, and attach the legs with hex bolts vs. rivets, these stands would provide a much longer life.
Appealing to the eye, but simply cannot be used reliably, even for the most modest purposes. Some simple design changes, as I mention above would raise the value and service-level significantly.