Has the pure basics. No space to add labels. Not clear how to configure normalized non-normalized etc since I don't see any switches. If you're serious about a patchbay you may consider spending a little more. Nothing wrong with this though.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
The PB48 by Nady is nice. It's heavy and it gives the impression it'll be durable. It works great, and there are no surprises. The TRS sockets aren't screwed onto the frame, but this isn't a worry at all, it's this way so that you can configure the patchbay by inverting, each pair individually. I like this patch bay. I'm using it to connect my interface inputs and outputs to my mixer and outboard processors so all my i/o's are accessible right upfront. Nady have unbelievable prices, and this was half the cost of competing patchbays. So get this one if you're looking for a patchbay.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Bought this patch bay from Musicians Friend about 6 yrs ago because it was cheap. Roll the dice. Used it in a live band amp rack working every weekend, so several of the Ins/Outs got regular use. Worked great for 3 yrs then got put away where it remained on a shelf in a garage in Houston's hot, humid environment for 3 years. Started putting together a home studio recently & just now hooked up the Nady patch bay to my stack of effects, compressors, EQs, etc., and it worked perfectly. What more can I say. Get your bay today right here.