I mainly use it for home at the moment, it's nice to reach over and grab an axe without rummaging around in their cases taking up space in the sound booth. Instructions were not abundantly clear on assembly, pay attention to where the rubber padding faces when assembling. The spacers are held in only by gravity, so when pulling out a guitar with a strap attached, the strap WILL pull at least one spacer out just about every time. I solved by drilling a hole in the top of the flattened bit of the front curvy-ended spacers, then ran black twist ties though the hole and wrapped them around the front bar at a 90 degree angle to hold them down. I could have used epoxy putty or caulk of some kind but if done that way I wouldn't be able to change the configuration very well. Now it works fine. I recommend this to anyone who is handy and wants to save a few bucks.
Cherry Hill, NJ