You'll definitely like it. They are definitely worth it for working on the KDX. I tore both the front end and the rear end down at the same time (since I was waiting on front end parts, what the heck). Sure made it a LOT easier.
Sears has those on quite a bit so wait. It works out really well if they're on sale and you're part of the Craftsman club. They can get as cheap as $89.99.
To my surprise, my wife stuffed a pair of Thor Core gloves in my stocking. And for us older dudes, who can remember "The Monkees" I got my wife a four disc music pack. Hey Hey were the Monkees.... and they came out riding, I think, CT 70's or some cool vintage bikes. Does anybody remember just what bikes they were riding?
I got one of those Craftsman lifts but couldn't get it to work the way I wanted it to so I took it back. I wanted it to lift both wheels off the ground at the same time, but I could only get that if I put the "rear" lift point back against the rear tire, which didn't allow me to turn the wheel. Maybe I just didn't spend enough time dorking with it, I dunno.
Anyway, I'll keep my Titax stand. It seems to work well, and doesn't take up much space.