It's ok but you may have problems with the cabling. If you have lots of inputs going into the back of your flat screen TV they will catch on the bottom of the wall bracket (if you plan to dig through the wall for cabling then this isn't a problem). This happened with my "Samsung LE32R74BDX" This means that the TV does not sit perfectly flush at the bottom, It has a slight tilt maybe 10-15 degrees from vertical. I have 2 scarts, 1 RF, 2 phonos, 1 HDMI plus of course the power cable. Once you sit in front of it, it is not noticable. It all depends on where the inputs for your connections are on the back of your screen (if they are at the side, no problem).
On the plus side there were loads of fittings with it, with about 15 different sets of screw types and sizes to fit your screen. Also it was an absolute breeze to put up and it's very sturdy. For sheer value for money it's worth it. Actually I may be being a bit harsh, it is pretty good. Plus having it on the wall looks about 2 billion times better than the crappy stand you get with these screens.