I had a Weider power rack that would get a bit wobbly when more than 300 lbs. was placed on it, so after a bit of research I decided to get this bad boy, and it was a GREAT decision.
Price-wise, it's a heck of a deal - less than half the price of similar racks from other sellers, and the peripherals are also relative bargains.
The design is very easy to adjust and customize, which is great for me as this the only piece of equipment I have room for. I have dip bars and some extra plate storage that I added to the stand, and they are ridiculously easy to install and remove.
It is solid as all get out - it barely moves, whether I'm putting 400 lbs. onto it at the top, or swinging around on the pull-up bar. I plan to get stronger, and I have no doubt that it will handle everything I can throw at it. The construction is simple and solid.
The only negative I can think of, and it's a small one, is that the fit of the j-cups are slightly different - one is tight to the stand whereas the other is a little looser. But once they're in place that doesn't matter at all - they still hold the weight securely. I hesitate to even call it a negative, it's more of a quirk, but I'm digging deep here!
Oh yeah - the shipping. Free and fast. The boxes were a bit worse for wear (full disclosure, they ARE shipping to Philly), but all the equipment has been in great shape, and it all ships for free, and pretty darn fast - most of it has arrived before I think to check the mail room.
I recently moved to a different neighborhood that was too far away from the gym I had been using. There were no facilities closer that had the free weight equipment I needed so I decided to set up my own garage gym. I did a lot of research comparing price and quality and decided on the Titan x-3, because it appeared to be very sturdy, very will priced, and also had the safety arms which I consider essential for working out alone. I am very pleased with the rack.
I should note that I am 68 years old, so I am not squatting 500 pounds, but I think this rack could take it.
I looked at rouge and almost pull the trigger. Since I owned other Titan products I figured I would give this a try for the price point, fully knowing that cheaper is not always better. Assembly was super easy and I had this for a month now. I can honestly say that it definitely gets the job done. It may not be as sexy as the rogue racks but for a garage gym and lifting by my self I did not care. Powder coat is thin and should be thicker. But like I before I definitely gets the job done. I've placed over 600 pounds on this rack and it did not budge.