I've tried it with both the old versions and the new versions of the PlayStation Move controllers, and it works on both versions. Both the old version and the new version of the PlayStation VR headset sit stably on the display, though there was occasionally a slight awkwardness with the video cable on the old headset. I haven't had any problems with my equipment falling off or the base tilting over, even when the equipment isn't quite set in the proper position.The neck of the headset rest doesn't lock onto the base, but it's still solid without any wobble and doesn't pull apart easily. It isn't an issue if the stand stays in one place. Being able to pull the neck off without risk of damage may even be a plus if you bring the stand with you to different locales.My only complaint is that the charging indicator LED lights have a small delay, and even after the delay they don't always show that the device is charging. It's usually easy enough to see the charging glow built into the regular controllers, so I don't have an issue with those. But the charging LED built into the Move controllers is hidden by the charging base, so you have to lightly tilt the Move controller back and look straight down from above if you want to take a gander at the Move controller's built-in light to confirm that it's charging. It's a minor quibble to me; it's quick and easy to learn the feel of the Move controllers clicking into place correctly.