I really like how this looks on the wall. Installs into one wall stud, so there's minimal wall repair if one decides to relocate the mount. Probably a good idea to have someone help you with the install for TVs weighing more than 40 lbs. If you want full 180 degree rotation of a widescreen TV (to get the TV to be turned completely perpendicular to the wall), probably would need to be a TV size less than 37", otherwise the width of a 37" or greater TV limits how far you can turn the set before the side of the TV hits the wall. I like how easy it is to move the TV into different positions with just my hands (no tools needed). Just make sure the tilt tension is set to be pretty tight for heavier TVs before you attach the mount to the back of the TV. If the weight of the TV overwhelms the tilt tension, it will just tilt all the way down on its own and you'll find yourself having to take it off the wall and unscrew the mount from the TV to tighten. Negatives - would have been nice if there would have been an available hole in the plate that covers the wall so as to run cables through it (from behind the wall) to the "cable management system" within the arms - i guess i could drill one on my own - or make a hole in the wall next to the mount if i end up having a lot of cables. Also the cables can be hidden within the arms, but appear to have to be exposed when jumping from one arm to the next arm - not a big deal though.
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