It's got some problems, unfortunately.
It has to be squished awkwardly into my standard 8" saucepan, with edges/bottom rippling, legs slightly bowed, and the handles pushing the lid off the rim a bit. The result is uneven cooking, and (because steam rapidly escapes) scorching the pan bottom.
Scorched broccoli water smell has permanently absorbed into the material, after extremely minimal usage. It's still stinky after 3 days of airing. Soaking it overnight in vingar, ammonia, and bleach (each, separately! mixing ammonia and bleach can be lethal!) has had no effect. Since silicone doesn't normally absorb odors, it has me wondering whether the factory substituted inferior material.
About 3 out of 4 holes are slightly bit bigger than my wire strainer's. A pain to get food particles out of there. It seems unnecessary, since I've never had a problem with veggies falling through the larger holes that are standard in the metal steamers.
Two stars because this thing does steam food, after all. So it serves its purpose in life. But this is going away, to be replaced by something else. Too bad. On paper, this was a really good idea. The carry/lift handle, and the lack of obstructing center post, would have been particularly useful. Oh well.