I personally think this is a great stand for the One S, especially at the price point it's at. The added four USB 3.0 ports on the front make charging any electronic device a breeze.
Okay, so, some people have said that if you have a Kinnect setup that you cannot run the stand AND the Kinnect system at the same time; and that is WRONG.
If you read the directions for the stand, it even breaks down that if you have a Kinnect system, no worries. You only need use one of the two ports on the back of the console. The stand has two "power" USB plugs that it "wants" plugged in, BUT...one is blantantly marked Power + Data (the thicker cable), and the other is simply marked Power (skinnier/typical USB cable size). If you plug both of them in to the back of your console, your devices will charge at full USB 3.0 potential (fairly quick). OOOOR, you can only plug in the one thicker cable (marked with Data & Power on the USB head), while still leaving the other XBox console USB port open for your Kinnect system. Which will still transfer data quickly, and charge around the USB 2.0 "speed".
I know this works because for several reasons: I read the directions for the stand, I own a Kinnect system for my XBox One S, and most importantly, it's how mine is running RIGHT NOW.