The Beastmaker 2000 couldn't live up to its name any more thoroughly. This model is covered in tremendously challenging holds. It sports no jugs what-so-ever, and one pair of its dual four-finger width warm-up holds is the same depth as the smallest edge found on some models in our review. What this model lacks in larger edges it certainly makes up for in heinous small ones. No other model has as many mono or 2-finger pockets as the 2000 series from Beastmaker. Heck, this model doesn't even include a pair of matching 3-finger pockets as they are designed primarily for one-armed use, nor have we ever seen anyone be able to hang onto its outer-most 42-degree sloper without cheating. To put it more simply: no other hangboard offers as many bad holds as this one.
This Beastmaker is tough to beat for top-end climbers but a poor choice for folks climbing more in the mid-level grades. If you love this board but don't climb 5.13, check out the Beastmaker 1000 which is aimed a little more at folks in the 5.10+ to 5.13- range.