I know a few people who have them. It has pros and cons. The pro is it SEEMS like a fabulous idea. The con is that in practice it's very bulky and hard to deal with compared to a traditional stand arrangement. One guy got it to use on his 848 at the track for putting tire warmers on, seemed like a great idea because you could easily lift the bike off both wheels together and put the warmers on. He did it for a few track days, and then went back to using his Pit Bull stands, and now he uses the Bursig as a work stand in the garage. That's where I see the real value in it, as a work stand when you need the suspension loose for removing forks, etc. But I wouldn't want one of those for my only stand, I'll still take a traditional front and rear stand for routine use.