Hey there Rhoads,
Before you put down your cash on an inexpensive stand... check into the Pit Bull. Just picked up mine from a local shop and couldn't be happier. It isn't as cheap as what you've found so far (mine came out to around $150.00), but it's amazingly sturdy and well-built. I think you'd like it!
Good luck -
pit bull stands are yummiliscious. they are the type of stands where someone's buying a bike from you, sees it in the corner and asks if the stand comes with the bike. "he!! no, i think it's time for you to leave now" is what comes out of your mouth.
I've tried various varieties of rear-wheel stands... the el-cheepo version and I just got a Pit Bull...
the el-cheepo version I was always paranoid that I'd drop the bike. with the Pit Bull, it's easy as pie... the fulcrum is designed so that it does not take a lot of pressure to ramp the bike onto the stand. also, the distance to ramp the bike up is not as large as other stands, so it feels more secure. I've almost dropped the bike 3x on the other stand. someone else is borrowing my el-cheepo stand but I think I'll just let him keep it. I like my Pit Bull.
their front stands are the typical "bend to fit" deals. honestly, i rate their stands as better than LP-USA, but for a non-spooled bike, nothing comes close to the pit-bull stands. plus, i've seen bikes "fall out" of pit bull front stand (after vigorous kickstarting...) and it was no issue; didn't even notice until it was time to remove the tire warmers. different story with them pointy "bend to fit" stands. got to test it out back to back one cold winter day at willow when we were all kicking our very lightweight aprilia rs250s constantly.
i like the handy rear stand on the 300 pound aprilia RS250s, but still reach for the pit bull for "real" bikes.