Almost didn't order because of price. Final decision was based on weight and simplicity of set up. All the others were metal and had some clamping screws to hold the wood furring strips. This model takes all sizes of targets and you simply push the 1x2 furring strips into the base, no screws to adjust. Only downside is the price, however I would recommend this product highly.
WE have a bunch of steel targets which are heavy. This stand was easy to get 1x2s stick them in and staple targets to them. The only problem wasin the wind there is no support for the target with the 1x2s so you have to either stable cardboard up top or a beam of some sort. I bought 2 1"x2"x8' at Home depot for $1.25 each had them cut 2 feet off and put velcro on them and made a portable cross beam. Some people complain about the price and I can see why. Then again people pay $30+ for a tiny UpLula magaine loader made of plastic. It was worth it for me.
I gave it a lower score for value because it seemed to me like a high price for a single piece of molded plastic. But I must admit that it is a sturdy material with great construction and design so I guess it is worth the money. I have only used it once so far but it was easy to transport in the trunk of my car and goes together easily once I arrived at the range. The ranges around here have a 40 inch minimum height for targets and a maximum 60 inch height. I was able to cut the boards (I bought 8 foot length) to 5 feet 60 inches and some to 4 feet (48 inches). I marked them at the 40 inch point so I could place the targets and stay within the requirements. They are light weight and sturdy so attaching the targets in the staging area and then walking them out when the range “goes cold” was very easy. I will buy a second one when I get the money. That’s how much I like them.
This is a great product! Don't be deterred by the few negative reviews. I've got my regular target setup but wanted something I could easily move around. This is light weight but the base is wide enough that it stays steady, there are also 5 holes in the base that you could hammer some of those tent spikes in if needed. You DO have to buy the 1x2s but it clearly states that in the description. I got one, cut it in half and it works great. At first I was stapling the targets but I bought 4 clamps to use instead. One of the complaints I read was that you would need to buy spare 1x2s because you would chew them up while shooting. I use 12x18 targets, the day I start hitting the 1x2s instead of the target is the day I need to sell my guns and be done with it.