Now the only excuse I have for being fluffy is laziness.
I met these people in Las Vegas at CES and they graciously allowed me to roll up on it with my chair, and guess what?!?! It fit. I was able to put the front casters of my chair on the opened unit and actually use it without transferring.
I've used it on the deck, on my bed and on the floor, as its wide enough to literally sit on and and cables are short enough that you can use this from the floor or a mat for some of the exercises.
When I use it on the floor or my bed, I put a folded towel on it for padding so I don't get pressure issues and it works great.
The cable system is ideal for anyone with grip or strength issues since it's not actual weight, it's digital, so you're not trying to move heavy, bulky, possibly dangerous, weights, if you lose your grip, it will just pull back into the housing, so any worry about dropping a weight on your lap or your legs is eliminated.
The portability is another great feature, you can put it up (or set it down) anywhere. It folds and fits in a pack, I have mine in a backpack and it's light enough that it doesn't make my chair tippy.
The other great thing about the product is the support from the company itself. They have a very active training email and a full line up of videos on their youtube channel, with a wide range of exercises, and routines, including HIIT (High Intensity interval training) as well as strength training.
In terms of price - it's in the low range for what we're used to spending for adaptive equipment, with the entire system with everything they have bundled in the $1500 range.