I have now got 3 of these form my choir/ string ensemble recording rig.
Good height and reach and an excellent price.
They fit into the back of my Qashqai when collapsed and the seats are folded, so transport is not too much of an issue, but they are heavy to carry (heavy counterweight).
My only criticisms are the pivot for the boom does not have a positive lock, so it is important to tighten the knob and also move the balance weight to counterbalance your microphone and the reach.
It is also easy to bash your fingers (or parts of the male anatomy) with the counterweight on the boom arm when carrying the stand - I use a large Velcro strap around the legs and boom to keep them bundled together.
I also use vinyl black and yellow striped sandbags on the legs when they are set up (cheap photo light ones are ok) they make the base more stable and the legs visible to wandering audience/performers.
These stands are quite slim and not too obtrusive. I have used one behind and above a conductor carrying a stereo bar for mid/side recording without comment from audience.
Not as sophisticated as some stands, and you can see where cost has been saved, but for the semi-pro recording engineer I really recommend getting one or two. Difficult to beat at the price