"Quality" rating based on every review I've read on Titan steel.
I have the (identical) R version of this; while I fully agree with Titan and their lawyers that these should never be used for anything other than for what they were specifically manufactured,...
I'm in a 20' toy hauler trailer with severely warped and rotting flooring and car jacks underneath, tropical trees in the winter and various cats and dogs. Space is a premium. I have one of these stands up against a truck box, with R's GHD stabilizer arm under it, though that provides very minimal anchoring; otherwise I have two 88lb fatbells on the feet and 1/2", 5/8" and 7/8" chains of varying length hanging from the sides and back of the upright; I have R's bolt-together bench in front of it, store it with R's GHD rollers and do GHDs over the bench and an everlast heavybag. Zero tilt. I tilt the bench out of the way when using R's matador dips -- zero upright tilt. I have R's pre-adolescent chinup bar on the other stand, and have a 200lb water filled buoy heavybag hanging from it, though I admit I have a planter with a coconut tree on the other side holding down that foot. I'm going to get Titan's spotter arms to bring the bag out to the side this summer when the coconut goes back outside, which will allow me to wail on it without securing the upright in any way.
Fact is, you *can* do *anything* with and on these uprights. You just can't sue when you wake up in the ICU. Go slow, test your physics, double check your math, then make your girlfriend try a new configuration first. Their orthopedic plates are shorter and thinner thus much cheaper. I understand Titan might start making some.
I can't believe I considered CFF traditional uprights for a second over these, even if they are 1-gauge. You *can* do *anything* with these. Ask any personal injury lawyer, he'll tell you.
As a ~failsafe backup, you can always bolt a cable to a ceiling crossmember and loop it through two upright holes, which *should* limit the degree the upright can tilt, preventing it from falling over all the way. Like my floor, my ceiling is made out of water, so I haven't tried this. You certainly can tip these things, but they don't want to and they won't cooperate that easily. 5/5
I shopped around for a new squat rack from other known brands like Rogue, but the specs and price of this one was just too good to pass up because of the free shipping.
I can tell that the manufacturing isn't perfect as there were various blemishes, but a squat rack isn't meant to be pretty it's suppose to hold weight and this one does. It's super heavy and sturdy. I mean, it's a solid piece of steel. Great value and assembly was easy.