I know this has been done before, sorry for being late to the party. I got my Baiardo lightly used from Wilson after the Miami Open this year. I set it up last night and strung a couple rackets on it. For anyone that is a serious stringer and is used to higher end electronic constant pull machines, this is a must try. I have used a Prince 5000, Babolat Star 5, and Aplha Ghost extensively as well as stringing a full tournament on a Tecnifibre ergo one. To say that this machine is a different stringing experience is a massive understatement. The height of the machine is incredible I'm 6'1"-6'2" depending on how well I've slept and using the B.E.S.T. technology to string last night I felt as if the machine was right under my chin. It was both awkward and fantastic. I felt like I was standing straight up the whole time I was stringing. The biggest adjustment is really in the clamps with them being a 4 tooth and different spacing versus my normal 5 on the Alpha or 3 on the Babolat and in reaching for my tools. With the Alpha that I was doing most of my stringing on I can virtually string with my eyes closed. I don't have to look for anything. On the Wilson I am still having to figure out where I put my tools and making sure they go back into the little slots in the adapter. Overall, only time will tell if I truly like this machine but almost solely based on the ergonomics I'm sold. With all of the tech and upgrades on machines currently, my biggest gripe is that most feel too low for me and the Baiardo fixes that.