No recommending Solid Tech Audio Racks

I couldn’t find an Audio Rack category. I would like to give you my opinion on Solid Tech’s Audio Racks.
They are VERY expensive and a very poor design. Twice I have had 2 of their shelves break and the supporting screws have ripped out of them. The rack itself doesn’t really stand up straight and is kind of a wobbly looking thing. They are made in Sweden. I have the Hybrid standard rack. Their Walnut shelves are $ 400 and are made of fiber wood with walnut veneers. For $ 400 I would expect to have solid wood walnut shelves. I had a horrible experience with them. It took several months for them to send me their product and several times they sent me the wrong items. They don’t stock any spare parts which is bad it you lose a screw. Yes I know we had Covid last year and that was probably part of the problem but the world needs to keep spinning. Very unhappy with the price of their product and the poor design and the poor quality of their products.
He said, "No recommending" - he doesn't like them
They look techy-tweaky so not surprising.

Hard to beat Sound Anchor for performance at a reasonable price.
Not high tech but simply as solid as it gets.
I have dressed mine up a bit with wood shelves (pic on system page).
Use whatever footers you want on the rack and/or the supported equipment.
MC would probably decouple by putting the whole rack on Townshend pods or podiums.
Mine is on Herbies Giant Fat Gliders but I have thought about using some stiff springs.

Sounds like pure overpriced crap you should have gotten Symposium or Silent Running both great companies made in USA.I own a Symposium Osiris all copper legs not cheap but a BIG sound upgrade.Sorry about your misfortune.
Thanks for the heads up. Core Audio makes a lovely rack as do some mentioned above. Add HRS to the list.
To combine two of the above postings/recommendations:

The Core Audio racks are constructed of beautiful Baltic Birch ply for their entire structure; I believe Core also offer individual BB shelves (if they don’t, others do. Alternatively, you may buy a sheet of BB and have it cut into shelf-size pieces.). One interesting idea is to use BB shelves installed into a Sound Anchor stand, imo opinion the best metal stands on the market.
I use Solid Steel Audio Racks. They look great, support heavy and large equipment and are reasonably affordable. 
That's the racks I have, @stereo5---three of the original Italian-made Solid Steel 4-shelf Model 44. The rack itself is acceptable (the four corner pillars hollow, sand/lead shot fillable), but the shelves are just 3/4" formica-covered MDF---ugh. I was about to make some Baltic Birch/Slate shelves (with a sheet of ASC Wall Damp constrained-layer damping material between the BB and Slate) when the Pandemic closed everything down. My project for later this year.
I have been pretty pleased with my Solid-Tech rack. I have a four-shelf Hybrid rack with separate corner posts for each shelf - filled with sand. The rack feels very solid to me and looks sharp. 

I just ordered a couple more shelves and corner posts to reconfigure as a double-wide three shelf rack since I have more equipment I need to set up. 

I considered some of the solid wood racks such as Timbernation, but I wanted a rack that can easily be reconfigured and I like the high-tech styling of the solid-tech rack.