More impressive than the price tag suggests
By comparison to other trussing systems, this represents great value for money and looks much more finished than a section of trussing suspended between two 'speaker' stands.
Although it can be put up with a single person, a helper is welcome as you wouldn't want the weight of this falling on you. The construction is solid with 25mm box section (use 25mm clamps) made from painted steel. Although this inspires confidence, it is heavy to load/unload.
Machining tolerances are a little sloppy (hence a star lost) with some connecting bolts not lining up brilliantly, but sufficiently. The folding top truss has a blank panels at the hinge end to allow a securing bolt to lock the top truss in an extended position. The locking bolt couldn't be used on my model as the hole and bolt didn't align sufficiently. These plates also prevented the smooth routing of all cables across the top and down one side of the truss. Gravity will hold the top truss without a securing bolt so this this isn't a deal-breaker.
I would say that extensions are essential if you intend to stand underneath this truss, however being able to set up with the truss behind you in a venue with low ceilings is a huge bonus !
The longest packed section is 2.15m long, so to fit in a car, you'll be folding seats and probably need to push your passenger seat forward too, but I found it possible.
The set up truss is very stable and looks like it means business. The paint finish is pretty standard, so touching up wouldn't be a big deal.
I will re-iterate, this thing is bigger than it looks. In fact, I wish a 2m top truss was an option for smaller gigs.
Finally, a really nice and important touch is the assembly bolts have METAL finger tighteners ! - This is really important to me with this sort of fastening made of some nasty brittle plastic or bakerlite !
I would very much recommend this truss which is unique at this price and provides a tidy solution that could easily cost you over £1000 using modular systems.