The seat post functions fine. There is no issue with saddle movement and can be adjusted to the exact angle that you need. The only negative is the front screw adjustment is a bit challenging if you plan on using a multi-tool allen wrench. The screw is very close to the seat post so the post will interfere with the tool when adjusting. A single piece L-shape allen wrench works best for adjusting.
I'm a fan of the two bolt, frontback, adjustment on seat posts. This is often only found expensive seat posts. This is a great combo of the two bolt adjustment setup on a mid-range post.