This is the second one of these brackets, that I have gotten. They are the simplest of installs, and really just the easiest brackets to work with. My only "complaint" would be that there is no built in level, but that's just nitpicking, and for 8$ I wouldn't expect it.
Was wandering around local electronics store and in the back saw the Monoprice 4564 and the model 8095. It was difficult to tell how they worked from the photos and if the mounts would fit my exact need for mounting multiple monitors to walls. But I had been looking for a similar product for over three years. They were each priced around $13 which I thought was a steal.
On my workbench I notice how easy they were to disassemble and at that point exactly how exquisite they were designed, assembled, and manufacturedespecially the quality of the finish. I am an engineer and appreciate quality.
I bought all the mounts the store had and today, I'm ordering more at 50% less than I paid for them yesterday
PROS: For mounting they have every feature I'd want: Top quality, ease of mounting, complete out of the box, I could go on for 10 lines.
CONS: If you are smarter than the average rock, you will find nothing wrong with this product.
This mount is quick and easy to install, and keeps the monitor a few inches from the wall, which allows room to get your hands in there to adjust it, and/or room to tie a micro computer the the back of the monitor or side of the mount. This little bit of room also allows you to get in there to tie-wrap the wires to the side of the mount.
I was debating on getting a full motion mount that extended a foot from the wall, but went with this product which only extends ~6in from the wall.
The big difference in this mount from others is the how bulky the back is. It is not a swing arm like most. The bulkiness of the mount actually played in my favor as I was able to mount a wifi router and cable box to the arms/brackets. The mount is only made for the TV and not other devices, but with a bit of ingenuity, you can easily mount other small devices on the arms/brackets.
When installing, make sure you take the face plate off. If you really want to use 3 screws in the wall as suggested, then you will need to unscrew the arms in order to access the middle of the mount to screw against wall.