Great little mount -- very easy to attach to the TV and mount to the wall. Just attach the arm to the wall and attach the plate to the back of the TV and then slide the fitting on the plate into the arm. Simple, and the arm has a great range of motion. Extremely happy with the result. I discovered two potential issues, however, that are worth mentioning. First, its a great mount if you want to look up at the TV a little, because the arm has a mechanism that allows you to adjust the TV to tilt downward -- but not upward. The issue I encountered is that it is hard to make the attached TV perfectly vertical because there is a very slight amount of play in the attachment mechanism and there is no range in the tilting mechanism that allows the TV to tilt upward. I installed it under a kitchen cabinet and the weight of the TV caused the TV to tilt downward slightly, which is not what I wanted because I would be watching the TV from about the same eye-level height or even slightly higher. I easily fixed this (and got the TV to essentially vertical) by sliding a few thin pieces of cardboard between the bottom of the mount and TV to take out the play and so no issue there -- the fix was very easy to do, but just be aware of that issue. The second issue is that the TV has freedom to rotate/tilt sideways in the mount. The attachment mechanism is a thin, circular piece on the end of the arm that neatly slides into a thin sleeve in the back. Makes it very easy to attach the TV to the arm. The attachment piece is not locked in place in the sleeve, however, and so if the TV is at all not perfectly balanced in terms of weight, then the TV can rotate in the mount toward the heavier side. I found this out because my cable company had zip-tied my small cable box to the back of my TV slightly off center to one side, and so it made one side of the TV heavier than the other in the mount, which caused the TV to rotate toward the heavier side and thus tilt a little. I solved this problem by simply moving the TV upward so that the underside of the cabinet stopped it from tilting. I just as easily could have detached the cable box or re-attached it to the center of the back of the TV to make the TV balanced. I probably also could have made the attachment disk a little thicker by putting a little Gorilla Tape on it so that there would have been less play, but that was unnecessary.
Bottom line -- if you are buying this mount to mount a TV that is above the eye level, and if there is nothing attached to the back of your TV so as to make it unbalanced, then this is a great mount. Again, very easy to attach to the wall and easy to attach to the TV. In my case, the above issues were easily fixable, and I am really pleased with it.