I saw that Youtube when searching for stands, but didn't pay attention. Yes, I would assume that some kind of Prepstand would work well. It's sold through Amazon.co.jp, but rather pricey for my needs. After I saw your message, tho, I did a bit more looking around and found this local version, for only 7,600:
Unfortunately, the single review on Amazon points out the same potential issue I saw, namely, the one-point support (and somewhat loose, at that), likely making it less stable without the addition of some kind of workaround. OTOH, that's just the thing for a DIY'er like me!
NB: the Doppelganger stand is a clone of this one, or a doppelganger of this one--or this one is a doppelganger of the Doppelganger, or vice versa, whatever.
Well, I'm with you there. Anything that involves opening seals and counting ball bearings I'm completely willing to let the shop do. I see that your BikeHand is sold on Amazon.co.jp, and for virtually the same price as the Prepstand Max. Then again, I recall your saying you had got an insane deal on yours since it had been used as a display.
Yes, mine had minute scratches that would cripple its chances in a concours d'elegance of bike stands. Plus I suspect the people at Y's were sick of tripping over the damn thing.
I'm glad that both my frames have horizontal top tubes: neither tends to slide when grasped. I might need to have this thing's jaws grasp a sloping top tube a lot tighter than I'd guess a top tube ought to be grasped. (I suppose I'd have them chew on the seatpost instead.)