I have a Ravenna 26, and I have taken it often to a particular hospice. I prefer the 4-legged stand for that setting. When taking the harp in, on a cart, the stand fits securely on top of the case in the narrow section. Once set up, then, it is easy to carry from room to room. I can leave it sitting in the hallway (which you can't do with the drop-down leg) while I go into the next room to introduce myself &/or to observe the patient.
I'm thankful for the drop-down option, but I haven't ended up using it very often. I love the design of the 4-legged base -- easy on, easy off.