For some reason it I can't believe I hadn't thought of it before- have 2 things off the bass drum. I use the third 'hole' on my yamaha double tom holder to have a stand for my splash cymbal, but this allows me to also use my tuned bell as well, without messing around with clamps and additional holders. This thing gives you loads of adjustability, took me a while to play around with it, but I got a really good position on both cymbals, and it is really sturdy without being really heavy. Of course, it is a millenium product, so it is half the price it would be from a mainstream brand, and less than you have already decided you wanted to spend.
I love this gadget, and I have to say that I am happy with all the millenium hardware I have bought. I am a seasoned drummer, and I point blank refuse to use sub-standard equipment, and neither am I a cheapskate! However, you will like the quality of this unit, and it saves carrying a load of extra clamps and brackets. Treat yourself!
This is a very good piece of drumming accessories. I use it as a central stand on my bass drum (between the tom toms), and it fit my Yamaha holder just great. It is very sturdy and reliable and has a great looking finish. The product differs a little from the picture - the long black plastic handle is on both short cymbal tilts, and the central one (for the boom arm) is actually metallic. The handles are great for instant adjustments, and can be used to really tighten the screws quite easily. Obviously you can use the stand only for small diameter cymbals (about 10" on each side, or an 8" and a 12"). You should also consider the potential trouble with the central tightening handle since it can end up turned towards one of the cymbals when tightened, and since their tilts are quite short the cymbal can end up hitting the handle when struck. If you're looking for a simple solution to put up your splashes or similar effects this is a great solution for you, just find a good place for it on your set.