The pic of that unit in you link shows a nice large tripod base. A question for the other respondents to this thread. One of the pics seems to show a typical garage work area: the repair stand, another bike, bikes parts, a roll-away tool chest, a tool box (ammo box?) etc.
How big of a deal is the stand's base floorspace footprint fot you?
Very observant, that pic, roll away tool chest (also Clas Ohlson) several bikes including a friends ridgeback I was servicing, and my trusty Kona, plus lots more bike bits, and the Ex Military Tool Kit/Ammo Box, this is my 'Go Box' full of essential tools, gets thrown in the car when I go out riding
but the picture is my Man Cave / Workshop. The footprint is important for stability, those with a smaller working area may look for something smaller but then you may sacrifice stability on your stand, I am lucky that my work area is large and I have a stool on wheels so I can sit and work on gears etc whilst moving myself around effortlessly. Having 360 degree access can be a bonus but not essential for the sake of unclamping frame / bike and rotating to access the other side. But once again I can sing the praises of my stand, but it may not suit everyone, it's a personal thing, just that this one ticked the boxes for me, cost, quality, versatility, and when not in use collapses down to stow away. Simples!!
"Would anyone else rather be doing something other than marching up and down the square????"