I had a close look at Handy Stands at the recent San Mateo International Motorcycle Show. They look like they're good enough.
Personally, I went with Pit Bull because they're so overbuilt that you'll have absolutely no worries about how well they'll hold up your bike. I went with the SS rear that supports standard or spooled swingarms and the Newfront stand for the front so that I can take the forks off.
I prefer using spools if the swingarm has them, but the ST2 I just got doesn't, so I can still use the stand with it by just switching the brackets around.
I think the Handy Stand guy said that their rear comes with both attachments as well.
I purchased the bikelift stands from Kowa tool in Ca...they're the best bang for your buck, built very well.
I got both rear and fork stands for $100 bucks plus shipping, but that was a special in July...didn't get the stands untill Oct, apperantly they don't work during the month of Aug in Italy where the stands were built!
Pit Bull. I bought mine (front and rear) from California Cycleworks. Took about a week or so. And instead of the low fork stand I got the New Front Stand that lifts the front via a pin through the hole at the bottom of the triple clamp. Makes it so you can remove the forks for service.