I think you answered your own question.  The Basket Rack is purpose built 
for a Wald 139 basket.  If that's your use case, it seems  to me that's a 
really nice rack to consider buying.  If your use case requires a versatile 
swiss-army knife rack, then there may be better choices.  Having more 
choices is always good, in my opinion.  I understand being sad that nice 
stuff is expensive, and that products manufactured via high-cost, 
high-quality supply chains tend to be expensive, but for a good front rack 
that could last you the rest of your life over many bikes, $250 is not 
really that much money.  $80 tires are guaranteed to be used up in short 
order.  Your 10-year old front rack will be functionally good as new.  
Racks are worth investing in.

Bill Lindsay
El Cerrito, CA

On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 7:06:44 AM UTC-7, jeffrey kane wrote:
> Is that $250.00 the firm moving forward price, I wonder? 
> From my perspective the addition of a traditional tombstone would make 
> this rack way more versatile -- but that's my running complaint about a lot 
> of platform racks on the market today. I get the need for a back stop when 
> attaching a basket ...  but why negate the usefulness of a tombstone as 
> well for anyone looking to run a traditionally configured handlebar bag as 
> an option?
> On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 1:03:25 AM UTC-4, Drw wrote:
>> 250$ was a bit of a letdown for me. There are a lot of racks that have 
>> come about to fill this niche in the last couple years, and it’s hard for 
>> me to fully grasp how this one is so much better to justify an additional 
>> 100$. 
>> A 3 bar pass and stow costs only 30$ more and is essentially a USA made 
>> custom rack with pannier capability. 

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