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I'd need a 72" desk and that'd require four legs to be comfortably stable and supportive enough.
Been saving toward an EvoDesk Pro, which configured to my liking (plus shipping) is ~$1,900. I wonder if Massdrop has anything like it coming up.
I Recently bought these legs: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B074R6YNJF/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
From what I can tell in pictures, they're pretty much the same as these legs on MD.
I also bought a 98 pound, 72" x 36" butcher block top from menards: https://www.menards.com/main/kitchen/countertops-laminate/view-all-countertops-laminate/butcher-block-top-36-wide-x-72-long-x-1-5-thick/p-1444430610433-c-3629.htm?tid=-1559845203888915810&ipos=8
The legs with the top on, at a standing height, is very hard to describe how much it actually wiggles, but I can say its pretty stable for having only two legs.
If you want, I can record some video tomorrow with me pushing and making it wiggle at different heights, so you can see just how much it actually moves/sways. For me personally I find the legs to be pretty supportive, especially with a huge top like that on it.
I would be happy to throw out more information about these legs though.
Then you can determine whether they are comfortably stable and supportive enough or not. The choice would still be yours.
PS. I'm not writing this at my desk right now otherwise I would try to give you a way more accurate description of stability and stuff. Also at the end of writing this, after looking back at yours, i'm not sure if this reply makes much sense to make, I guess it wouldn't hurt though...
I have a 60lb 55" curved 4K display on my desk, can't really have wobble because the display is meant more for sitting at a stationary entertainment center. Just right now if I jump on the floor really hard near my sitting desk the screen wobbles forward and back, so stability REALLY matters.
Add on top of that 30lbs of speaker and all the accessories, I don't really need a desk that can handle more than 300 lbs but it's a peace of mind thing.
I really wish there were more affordable 4-leg designs out there. Feels like such a waste for companies to keep making this particular design.
I was looking at that desk as well, sadly I don't see many reviews for it... At least my Google searches haven't been fruitful. Seems VERY expensive, but I do like how it has two legs on each side and seems way more stable.