Recently, I got rid of cable TV in favor of streaming services. However, I still wanted access to local stations (since those come at no charge).
Setup was pretty straightforward. Just plug the coaxial cable into the TV, and wallah. Attaching the antenna to the stand was also easy. Just slip it between the stand notches. No screws, no pins, and it seems to stay secure in the stand.
Picture quality seems good. Reception for local stations is very consistent and clear with no noticeable static (however, this could change if stations were closer to the max range of this antenna, and I am lucky as I live within 10 miles of the major local stations).
Appearance wise, it looks plain, which works for my living room (I am not an interior designer). It does stick out, but it doesn't look bad for me. The antenna is thin enough that, if you wanted to hide it, you could possibly stick it behind a TV or other object on your entertainment center. It does come with a sticky pad-thing, so you can mount it on your wall (which I would never do as I fear paint being peeled off), the back of the TV, or back of the entertainment center.
Overall, I am satisfied with the antenna. It does what I needed it to do.