So my keyboard stand snapped and boy am I ticked off. Why? Because when I bought it, I called Jim Laabs music to be assured that it would support the weight of my Korg SG-1D and my Yamaha DX-7. It did for a while, then the locking mechanism snapped and my keyboards crashed to the ground sideways pulling plugs all over the place, and killing my favorite Korg. Why do I love the Korg? It's heavy as hell, but it sounds so darn good, the thing I thought was built like tank and discontinued years ago by Korg who doesn't even remember making them nor have access to a manual. The things sell for nearly a grand on eBay and cost almost that to ship due to weight, so it's nearly irreplaceable. It's got actual weighted action, not simulated and felt more like a piano than a lot of cheaper pianos I've played. Two acoustic piano sounds modeled after Steinways, two electric piano sounds modeled after Fender Rhodes. There was also a memory card slot that let me add acoustic bass and other great sounds. So the damn thing doesn't work any more, it hit the ground pretty hard, and it no longer powers on. Dunno why, but I'm still checking that out. Stressed the power receptacle, the output jack as well as the sustain pedal jack. Broke one of my cables falling, and even though the DX survived, I'm very very p*$#%& off. What should I do? I'm going to call Jim Laabs music tomorrow and request some sort of compensation, replacement, refund or something of the like because their brand of stand snapped and destroyed a priceless piece of gear to me. I think I'm going to look into getting the Korg repaired, but it's probably out of my price range. There's no external visible damage, but hey, it's full of tiny electronic gismos.