I installed this mount in less than 10 minutes on a stationary cabinet door in the kitchen. My spouse likes to listen to news radio and music while in there, and was uncomfortable having the iPad on the countertop. Now she can insert the iPad into the mount and have full access to the controls. The design is very good. Basically, a good quality plastic with white matte finish. A removable plate on the back is placed where you want the mount. The plate has 4 designated areas where the adhesive strips are applied. When the adhesive is exposed, the plate is pressed against the surface for 30 seconds, then the mount is installed over the plate until it clicks into place. This is left for 1 hour for the adhesive to fully set. The adhesive strips are designed so they may later be removed by pulling on them across the surface. There are tabs that help you do this. These are 3M strips, and not some off-brand product. I haven't done this yet, of course, but I feel that the underlying surface will not be harmed in any way by the adhesive. It is a rubbery adhesive and not a liquid. The instruction manual is comprehensive and packaging is high quality, and can be recycled.
Keep in mind that if you have one of the iPad magic click covers, or any other cover for that matter, it must be removed before the iPad will fit into the mount. Also, the mount is designed to have the iPad horizontally placed. There are strong magnets on the mount that help keep the iPad securely held against it. The ridges along the bottom of the mount prevent the iPad from dropping.
After it is installed, I thought, this appears to be a very high tech appliance in the kitchen. Not only can you play the streaming radio and music, but also display photos in slideshow mode. Not to mention, recipes in the iPad are conveniently available and in view.
This would be a perfect gift for an iPad owner.