Love the ease of install and use of the screens. Decided two relatively smaller screens that were portable with the laptop (vs. free-standing larger version) was better--esp. for work on your lap and while traveling where a formal table surface is not always available. Also liked this version vs. another attachable style that required adhering something to the surface of the back of the laptop screen. Only issue is my little laptop has very few ports from which to power the screens, and since each screen is powered separately, it uses up almost every available HDMI/USB-C/USB-A port, so I can't even have my mouse as a peripheral. Suggestion: give screens a battery life to power (I know, this might add weight and bulk), or have both screens tethered to each other for power so only one screen needs to receive a power cable. (I thought the adapter I purchased was meant to do this, but it basically just powers/sends video to one screen). Where I need my mouse, I basically am down to dual-screen leaving the other screen unused. Finally, provide some sort of retractable (even fabric is fine--something stretchy so it can pull with the elastic strap that helps snug the frame around the laptop screen) cover over the central frame--when the screens are retracted and detached from the laptop, the top-most screen is vulnerable to finger prints, scratches, etc.