The Good: Packs up easily, good grip, easy adjustments, stable
The Bad: The small lever for setting the tension of the jaws could be a little longer for easier adjustment.
I've had this stand for almost a year now and it goes everywhere with me! I keep it set-up in my garage when I'm at home and when I go on trips I set it up in my hotel room for cleaning/repairs.
All of the adjustment are quick release and held pretty well, sometimes you have to crank them down pretty hard though.
The rubber jaws grip well without damaging the bike, and have cut-outs for cables if you have to grip the bike on a tube with cable routing.
My only gripe is that you can't just set the jaw tension and then clamp and un-clamp it because the lever doesn't have enough leverage for that. You typically have to loosen it in order to un-clamp, and tighten it up after clamping, which sometime proves difficult while trying to juggle the bike.
Overall a solid stand for the casual and home mechanic.