The microphone itself is awesome. I am starting a podcast and I love the way it sounds. It's pretty sensitive but it also comes with some "dummy" instructions for newbies like me who don't know what we're doing just yet. Thanks to those instructions, I was able to get better at using it pretty quickly. Plus, I mean, come on - sitting in front of a table-top mic? I feel like a rockstar!
The program it comes with for audio recording is good once you figure out how to use it. The program itself has instructions that are not very user-friendly for beginners. I found myself swearing at the program more than once. My only advice is to keep at it. :)
I also didn't like the headset that came with this mic. It was painful and not very adjustable - it sat a solid inch and a half above my head at the shortest! Thankfully I had another set of nice bluetooth headphones that I used instead, but I was pretty bummed about the headphones that came with.
The mic stand is really sturdy in every spot EXCEPT where the mic sits. I gesticulate when I talk, so I've bumped the mic a few times (I'm a newbie, remember?) and when I do this, the mic is apt to flop right out of the stand and I'm lucky if I catch it before it hits the table. I'm learning to keep my hands to myself, but I didn't realize it wasn't very stable in the holder.
All in all, the set is a great set for beginners. Take the time to really get to know the program if you're new, and make sure you have a backup set of headphones just in case the ones that come with don't fit.