I picked one up. It does its job for getting a tight vocal in a larger room or helping with a scratch vocal in the control room or things like that.
I don't know what the the companies are thinking with these type of things, though, as far as mounting design. I don't know ANYBODY that uses a straight stand with a condenser.
Connection is a real pain. I mount mine upside down from a large studio boom stand. You have to disassemble the mic's shockmount because there's not enough room to twist it on. If your mount doesn't disassemble then you won't be able to mount it.
Once "mounted" you have to fuss with getting the bottom tight enough (with its euro extended screw on it) to lock your mount in place while fiddling with the knurled ring to keep it clamped.
I really would have liked to see a better mounting system.
Just my quick review. Used it only once so far, due to the hassle of setup with large shockmounts.
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