Aye guys, dunno if this should go in this forum, or general hardware, so ill post here and see what happens. Link here: Selby Acoustics's LCD 482-s Just wanted to show you guys an experience ive had with this LCD stand i bought to replace my Dell 2408WFP stand (Lacking height when in portrait mode with my other 24, BenQ 241w). This stand is for ONE LCD, and its arm is double-articulated, comes in a matte black finish, and mounts to the desk via a clamp that is adjustable to the thickness of your desk. Came in a generic box, im getting way to used to boxes with flashy designs on them This stand is simple as they come, with no fancy gas assisted struts for effortless movement, nor any spring assisted hinges. Adjustment of the hinges is by tightening the screws with a Allen key. This proves a hindrance for any heavy monitor, which ill talk about towards the end of this review. On the plus side, the actual arm and pole are very well built and have a very solid feel Height adjustment is permanent with 2 screws, its not variable like with some other mounts which use a clamp sorta style. From this: To this: Admittedly i had more junk on the table, such as my old laptop kb + mouse, but now it looks much more cleaner and is now easy to adjust the monitor forward when im watching movies/ TV eps. I can also move the monitor further back against the wall so it gives that fake feeling i have more space. A bit of Sag here after a couple of days using this mount (or maybe its my flimsy desk? my desk is 1.5cm thick of some random wood so i cant really tell), the Dell 2408 is around 6 kgs on its own, i know newer monitors will be much lighter then this. For instance my Dell E248wfp is around 5kgs. Cable management can be clean with the included cable management clips. I had to move the stand a bit forward to get this configuration: + Stand is great quality, would trust heavy monitors on this, i.e anything below 10kgs. But read the negatives before you take this risk. Saves some space on your Desk. Able to move your monitor forward for movies and games. Great if you do these on the bed, or on some other sitting device Nice height for a 24 inch moitors, you shouldn't have it up high anyways, bad ergonomics if IT in yr10 has taught me anything. Cable management makes it look smick - Any monitors that are heavier then the 2408WFP (6kgs) will have trouble with the tilt adjustment. I have nearly overtightened my screws on this stand and the monitor has a tendency to tilt down when im adjusting it. I assumed since this stand is dual arm, that the arms would fold in at 180 degrees so its close to the pole as possible. This stand DOES NOT do this, and you can only move it at most 100 degrees For the reason above, the stand feels quite limited in movement. Height adjustment isnt easy. Looks like a two person job. Cannot adjust the pivot to portrait mode resistance, so it quite easy to make the monitor go off to one side. Anyways, let me know if you have any questions, be glad to answer them for you. AMD2400.