About 60% of the time I'm using my mbp on a desk, so I thought I should get a stand for more comfort/ergonomics. My mstand came in yesterday, and so far it's been fantastic. The angle and height is perfect now. Which is a good thing, because it's not adjustable. In the first day of use I immediately noticed how much it is better for my neck. (Looking forward, instead of looking down) I've got Logitech VX mouse I got a few years ago, and I'll pick up a Logitech Wave keyboard tomorrow for my perfect setup. I'm not a fan of Apple desktop keyboards/mice. This thing is also supposed work as a cooling pad, because it's big solid piece of aluminum. And it sort of does, but nowhere near as good as real cooling pad, because the mbp sits on rubber strips (to prevent scratches and sliding) so there is a small gap between the mbp and mstand, and that gap prevents the mstand from conducting most of the heat away, because air is a good insulator. (see pic 3) Still, when I was rendering a video in Premiere, the mstand got warm, so it's doing something... I was also considering the griffin elevator stand, but that one doesn't look like it provides much support for the mbp. The last thing I want is my computer ending up on the floor. The mstand is pretty heavy and holds the computer in place, there is no way it will accidentally fall off. Even if you use the mbp keyboard the mstand doesn't bounce. It's a very solid stand. I've wanted this for months. It's nearly impossible to find in Canada, even on Newegg, it's on and off all the time. Taxed and shipped to Canada costs almost $80CAD. It's a bit hard to justify paying that much for a bent sheet of metal. But it works well, and looks good too, just like the mbp. I highly recommend this (+keyboard and mouse) for someone who sits behind a desk all day. By the way, it looks great: I know this thing has been around forever, but I always enjoy unboxing new tech July 8, 2009 edit: I've wrote up a proper in-depth review here.