First off I would like to say that I was one of the original Kickstarter backers for this item and I got this item from Brian Happie Himself not Vanishing inc. Having said that.
Pros: Velvet top is great for spreading, Pick and pluck foam has potential. Overall concept is amazing, fit a show in one case. You look more professional, and once again if you can travel light- you will thank yourself because you can perform more often.
The tripod is also very good quality. It is the SHOWTIME magic tripod for anyone interested. I believe Brian Happie also supplies a carrying bag for the tripod.
Many people have said before that what you're paying for with Happie's products is the customer service. And having contacted Brian I can say without a doubt his customer service is indeed amazing. He really wants you to enjoy his products and is ALWAYS willing to help you with his products, and he always responds immanently.
The Side Table- This one is a great idea! as Joshua shows in the video you can use the table base as a side table.
The biggest problem with this is the price tag. the case is just that, an aluminum case, very similar to a tool-case which can be found at home depot. That home depot case costs only $20-$40. With some light research, you can find instructions on how to attach a base/tripod
Quality - This has been noted before, but the inside top section (where cards and sharpies go) seems to be made out of a cheap vinyl, it will tear, the only question is when. The deck holders on the top half are very difficult to work with as they are so close to the lid of the case you have to sort of bend outward to get your cards out.
Foam- It's not as easy as it looks. Once you pluck the foam, its gone, meaning if you don't arrange the case the way you like the first time, you're screwed, unless you buy more foam (about $40 when shipping is included)
The product is what it is. Every magician needs a place to carry his or her props, a way to do it efficiently, and a way to look professional. + the case doubles as a performing surface This case looks great, and can store your entire show. If you like what you see and you aren't keen on making your own table, then this is the best one on the market.
However if you don't mind a bit of elbow grease, research, and time, Then I would encourage you to come up with your own solution. A leather attache case attached to a tripod is cheaper, still looks elegant, and the surface is good to perform on.
TL:DR :: concept is great, price is a bit too high, Customer Service is Great. Build one yourself if you can!