Rugged and Easy to Set Up
I had used this before at my church so I was very familiar with it when I bought my own. It is easy and quick to setup and break down. The height adjustments involve a pin fitting into a pre-drilled hole in the vertical structural members for both the main and upper tier. This is important for two reasons - parts won't slip if not tightened enough and it is impossible to get two sides out of square.
The main reason I selected this stand is that adjustments to height and width do not have to be re-done when setting up at a gig. Just pop the spring loaded catches, fold it up and reverse the process to set up.
And it's very sturdy and stable even with heavy keyboards. I have read other reviews that complained of tipping over with a keyboard on the top tier. If you put your heavier keyboard on the main tier and near the front edge of the supports *before* loading anything on the upper tier it will not tip. In one configuration I run a Yamaha P250 88-key weighted action digital piano on the main tier and a KORG Trinity 76-key on the upper. In another I run a Arturia KeyLab 88 weighted action controller keyboard on the main tier and either a Yamaha DX7 or Prophet 6 on the upper. Both configurations are rock steady.