Bit the bullet, bought two of these Constand central stands from a german website. I won’t say which one as they were terrible, taking ages to deliver, giving no information willingly along the way and no tacking info, but they turned up after a month, and after some construction and huffing and puffing, they’re working.
Getting them built is easy. Though the instructions for installing the custom plates you need for each bike are absolutely terrible. Missing information and in my case, the instructions weren’t even for the right bike, and I had to cut away some faring to install them (not a huge issue as you can’t see the area I cut away from, but still not great).
Also, there were no torque settings for any of the bolts. I managed to find all but one of the original bolt torque settings from the OEM documents, but had to guess on one, though of course I used some loctite to secure it, along with all the other bolts.
I needed quite a spread of tools. A large torx bit for one part of the Ducati, many sockets, two 18mm sockets for the Aprilia and a torque wrench.
They work really well though once together. Easy enough after a bit of practice to get the bikes up on the stand even when doing it solo.
I bought them to make life easier at trackdays with tyre warmers (going that route soon), cleaning the wheels, oiling the chain, etc, and also moving the bikes around the garage is now MUCH easier.
The plastic I had to cut away with a multi-tool from the V2 to mount the adapter plate. When the fairing is on, it’s not visible and it doesn’t seem to affect the rigidity of the rest of the plastic, so I was happy enough to cut it away, but I don’t expect that for something that’s meant to be designed for my specific bike.