Be sure to take your favorite pillow with you. They are so comfortable you'll go to sleep.
At least I did, that was my single biggest gripe about them. I was so comfortable all laid back there I'd often go to sleep and miss opportuntities at deer.
They are heavy but they do have a new lighter weight version that might help on that. Some folks seem to think they are difficult to set up on tree but I never found that to be the case. They used to come with a wood wedge you used to adjust angle when you got to the height you wanted to be. As far as I know they do not now so I'm not sure how you adjust the angle once in place. Yes it really does need to be adjusted most times.
I didn't find the claims of being able to shoot in a 360* angle to be so true, for me at least. I found shots very far to either side of stright ahead to be very difficult and not as good in that regard as most stands.
My opinion is that it is a really comfortable stand you can spend the entire day in with no real problem. But I tend to fall asleep in it which in this stand is perfectly safe to do. I found it not so good to shoot from however. I sold mine. Would I get another? Maybe. They are comfortable.