If you are serious about RC cars, you HAVE to have a setting stand for your car!
It stops the car moving when you are working on it due to the black strips that fit onto the top of the setting stand (they are shown in the picture). These softly cushion and grip your chassis, lifting the wheels away from the floor.
There are also 4 black rubber type dots that fit to the bottom of the setting stand - these protect both the stand and any surface, they also pretty much stop vibration, so it makes the whole setup a little quieter.
It's great for just checking over the drivetrain and running the motor, but I always put my chassis on this whilst I'm working - it gives me more space on my desktop, as I can have my tools right in-front of me.
I run a couple of Tamiya 1/10 touring chassis - and if you have a-lot of blue hop-ups, this light blue one pretty much matches the Tamiya blue hop-up colour - It a good price and the finishing touch to my pitbox, I'd recommend it (in-fact I might buy another as they look cool!)