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This is the first and only hitch rack I've had on my 4Runner, and there are definitely plenty of reasons to like it. It was a cinch to setup, it's always been stable, it leans away from the vehicle with ease, and it was relatively cheap for a 4-bike rack. That said, I'm not totally happy with the carrying style. The cradles are fine, and can rotate as needed, but it can be difficult finagling certain frames, especially full suspensions, onto the rack. Also, I know the carrier arm can't extend 12 feet off the back of the vehicle, but it'd be quite the feat to get 4 bikes on this rack. I've only carried three at once on this rack, and it wasn't easy getting them on and off. Overall, not a bad buy for the price, but it works best only carrying two bikes at a time.
This is the first and only bike stand I'll probably ever have. It does exactly what it's supposed to, and nothing else. It was relatively easy to setup, but absolutely easy to use. Lift your bike with one hand, clamp the seatpost with the other, and you're done. It extends high enough to bring my crankset near eye-level, and has never felt unstable in the least. Easily adjustable and totally functional. Get one and become your own mechanic.
5 stars because I have zero complaints about this helmet. Vents well, fits well, it's comfortable, and it would stay on even without the strap thanks to the Detox retention system. As others have pointed out, it makes my hair into a nest, but I pretty much expect that from a helmet. If you can get this on sale on HuckNRoll like I did, this is killer bang for your buck.