I have the 4' 4xT5 version, which looks identical.
It looks very stylish and classy sitting on the tank. One of the best looking lights out there I'd say actually. But in my case, I want strong light and these fixtures only have very basic 3-sided reflectors, each holding two tubes (yours may have one reflector per tube, so it'll be okay). So a lot of the light from mine is just going from one tube into the other instead of into the tank. For this reason alone, I'm sourcing a more efficient light fixture, otherwise I'd keep using this one forever.
I've had mine for over a year now and never had any problems with it, so there's no problems with reliability and workmanship. Apart from the plastic screws which hold the base onto the aquarium glass. Which is not an issue with the light itself, but the stand legs. In my case, in order to get them to grip the glass without slipping and letting go when I flip the light up, I had to tighten them so hard they began to bend (as plastic does). But you may not have this problem as yours will be smaller and less weight and hence will need less gripping power.