This is a bracket for specific 2017 and 2018 Samsung QLED 75"" TVs, but it could be a lot better.Pros:1. Strong.2. Easy to hang the TV on it once the mating brackets are mounted on the TV and wall.Cons:1. Too short to span two studs unless the two studs are exactly where you want to put your TV. For the bracket to be mountable anywhere and span two studs (16"" centers) it would need to be slightly longer than 32"". In my personal opinion, a TV bracket designed for TVs that weigh close to 100 lbs should be attached to two studs.2. The recommended 1/8"" hole size for the stud mounting screws is too small for the screws. Also, heads on these 2"" screws are designed for small Phillips drivers and easily strip with the torque required to screw them into the stud. Believe me, a 3.5"" deck screw is a breeze to drive compared to these. Hex head lag screws with a courser thread would have been much better.3A. Drywall anchors are not supplied which is inexcusable considering the bracket is so short that drywall anchors will almost always be needed in typical residential walls. If you can only mount to one stud, the instructions recommend twelve 1/4"" Toggler Snaptoggles. See https://www.amazon.com/12-TOGGLER-SNAPTOGGLE-included-Fastener/dp/B01IU6HG48/ref=sr_1_113B. It's harder to level a short bracket than a long bracket. A shorter bracket is less forgiving of measurement and drilling errors. My old bracket was 35"" long and required only four heavy duty lag screws into two studs. This bracket calls for as many as two holes for the studs and twelve additional holes for the drywall anchors. The holes and slots are big enough for 1/4"" bolts, but there is not much slop. Even if you mark the holes on the wall perfectly, drill bits can creep a bit. You will need to be careful. A tiny tilt in a 20"" bracket will translate into a TV that is noticeably crooked on the wall. Note too, the wall anchors are only rated at 5 ft lbs of torque to avoid fracturing or weakening the drywall panel.4. The instructions are split up into multiple pages, very confusing, and written in 16 languages. The instructions differ for different TV models and model years and differ depending on whether you plan to mount a curved TV, a flat TV with a gap, a flat TV with no gap, or a flat TV tilted down.In summary, this mounting bracket does what it's designed to do, but improvement could have been made to make it much more user friendly when it comes to installing it.