The unit is STRONG, and that is probably the main thing that could be a concern when buying something so much cheaper than the competition. It's very quick to put together and adjust, and really I can't see any negatives. The centre piece does not need to be in place, and the end pieces can actually be set horizontal to hold your equipment a little higher up on the stand. Currently I use this to keep a modular system in a 104HP Make Noise skiff up to a comfortable level and angle for play with my guitar pedals, and I find it perfectly functional for the job (having it set a little higher by the way I mentioned before also leaves a small shelf underneath the synth unit, which is great for small patch cables, contact plugs, external mults, and other little bits that I want to occasionally grab).
I actually bought this originally to use as an angled, desktop pedalboard, and it works well enough for that but the modular system took over many of my effects so now the pedals I still use sit on a table around it.
For the price I would say it's a no-brainer if you think it will fit your gear, especially as it is slightly more flexible than the photos may immediately suggest.