I have the motomfg stand. It was OK when I first got it. As and when I started making changes in the geometry of the bike(simple changes - flipping the eccentric pin etc), it went out of alignment and now the front wheel is dipped into the ground..although the rear wheel is off the ground.
So its sensitive to adjustment. However if you can deal with that its really good for space saving in the garage.
I have seen the MotoMFG stand break a weld. I have the BURSIG stand and for the few extra dollars, would highly recommend this stand. The workmanship and quality is top notch. I have the optional wheels option and like the stand with the feet and not the wheels for stability. Great for the track and easy on-off of tire warmers.