It's clearly a budget product, and nothing about it, tries to hide that fact. Least of all - fortunately - it's price!
It's the typical "X"-construction, and so, it does give-in and bounce a bit, when hitting the keys harder. If that frustrates you, take a look at the cheaper 4-legged stands available.
Another problem with the "X"-construction, is height. There are options to chose from, but I kept wanting a something in the middle. Eventually, I settled. But if you're particular picky about the height of your keys, you might want to look for a stand, that gives you more flexibility in that regard.
This is not designer furniture! Just saying: While the stand is built to last, looking at it's general manufacturing and finish, it does seem rushed. This is to be expected on a budget product and hardly invalidates it's function. Just something to take into account.
I've been using it with a 61-key stationary midi controller. So far I've been quite satisfied. It might be budget, but it does fit my needs!