After doing a week of research I was about to purchase a desk that I thought was nice but not exactly what I wanted nor did it get me very excited, especially given the amount I was about to spend. I honestly can't remember how I found the Ergonofis' website, but I instantly could see their desks were a cut above anything I had hereto seen. And, like I said, I spent a week looking online, reading reviews, watching demo videos and getting familiar with specs germane to sit-stand desks. For example, rigidity at maximum desk heights, load capacities, etc.
I'm a motion picture editor so spend long days at my desk. I also have a lot of gear that sits on it. So my sit-stand desk needed accommodate, both in weight and surface area, a 27" iMac, a large and heavy 24" pen display and two 7" reference speakers. I ended up buying The Sway. It lifts everything effortlessly (I think it's rated for 300lbs!) and the dimensions are ideal (36"x72"). With all that gear I sit have plenty of desk.
My brother is a custom builder in Muskoka and I spent summers working for him. I feel like I know good materials and craftsmanship. And this desk is absolutely top notch. It's actually a shame to have so much gear on it. But that's my reality, at least for the present. I'll soon move to a Mac Pro that I'll store below the desk and have a wall mounted 55" TV. In other words, on the desk there will be only my speakers and pen display so I'll be able to see more of the beautiful design.
Like I'm sure many of you who read these reviews, I put a decent amount of stock in what customers write. I hope this one provides some reassurance in making a decidedly expensive purchase. But one I do not regret in the least.