Edited 3/11/19 - Final update. I returned my charger for a refund. I never got an answer on whether mine was defective or the USB-C PD port just doesn't work. At this point, for the money I think you're better off getting Anker gear and losing out on the convenience of having everything in one unit.
Edited 2/21/19 - I have submitted a support request to Massdrop outlining my testing and concerns. I am not sure if my unit's USB-C port is defective or if none of the chargers perform as advertised (27W out of USB-C). My port will "slow" charge phones, so it is not fully defective. I will update this review when I hear back.
Edited 2/20/19 - The USB-C on mine does not appear to work as I expected. It indicates it is 27W, in both the listing and the label on the bottom, but it will not fast charge an iPhone XR or XS Max, and it will not charge at all a Dell Latitude laptop. For comparison, I have an Anker charger that is also USB-C at 27W, and it does both. The only difference is the Anker is advertised as supporting USB PD (Power Delivery) and this does not say that, just that it does "Quick Charge." I don't know enough about PD to know if that is making the difference, but if so, this charger seems less useful without it. At any rate, the USB-C port isn't useful for anything you'd use USB-C for. Otherwise I still like it.
Received mine from the last drop last week. Overall I am happy with it. It is replacing a normal stand-type USB hub with Micro-USB and Lightning cables connected. We have this next to our couch in the living room, where the baby monitor is constantly plugged in, along with a tablet, and one or more phones. Another cable can be eliminated because this has wireless built-in, and the fact that it has some weight makes it much less likely to move around and fall over than the old stand we had. So already two cables, and a small Qi pad, are off our end table just from switching to this.
The light is pretty bright. There is a blue light on all the time, and a green one when wireless charging is engaged. It doesn't matter for our use, but if I was using it in a bedroom I would put a small piece of electrical tape over it. I have two complaints.
First, it was very difficult to plug USB-A into it, all of the ports were the same, they seemed almost out of alignment, requiring me to wiggle and push really hard to get the plugs in. Since I don't anticipate plugging things in often, it is not a huge deal, but something to consider.
Second, the wireless charger turns off automatically when the phone is fully charged. This is ok if the use case is "charge my phone," but it's not ok if the use case is "keep my phone charged while I talk on a Bluetooth headset, or am downloading a million things, etc". I have not tested if it will come back on after turning off, if the battery gets lower. But since my iPhone is designed to be plugged in while operating for long periods of time (and I assume all modern phones are the same), it would be better if it stayed on as long as a phone was on it.
Overall I think it's a touch expensive, but with Qi and USB-C PD built-in I can't find any cheaper alternatives. I'm glad I bought it, but I wouldn't spend more than $50.