Thought I would add my experience with the stand. Kudos to Jeremy for looking as comfortable and confident as the guy in the sales video when engaging the bike and stand. I make it look like the bike could topple at any moment!
It is my advice to ignore the measurements posted by Jeremy and in the instructions. Neither of them worked for me (front wheel touching, even when going from hole 7 to 8). It must have something to do with my suspension setup.
I recommend that you start with the hole in the instructions (hole 7 for me), tighten the big allen bolt (but don't torque it) and leave everything else slightly loose so you can move the plate with a some effort. Present the stand to the bike, line up the pins, insert the safety pin and raise the bike. For me, the front tire was slightly touching so I looked at the adjuster and figured I needed to increase "the measurement". I lowered the bike, but left everything connected and increased the measurement by a bit (maybe 1/8 in), then raised it up again. The rear wheel is higher than the front, but clearance in front is fine. For my bike, any attempts to get the front wheel higher (easy to do with adjustments) makes it more difficult to engage the stand.
I MUCH prefer an effortless engagement so I don't drop my bike one of these days. I don't think I will ever look as smooth as Jeremy! Once the bike is up it is awesome. Piece of cake to move around. It even fits under the loft I built in the garage 13 years ago...bonus!
P.S. my stand also arrived without a nut for the frame bolt, but Greg promptly sent me a new nyloc nut.