My keyboard is the TS LP... at the time I bought it, Fingerworks was selling the tent stand as an optional accessory. I didn't buy one then, but over the years I've made a few different tent stands of my own. Some pictures are here:
So, I've played a lot with the angles of the pads, tilting them up and down and rotating them. But, I've always felt that they were too close together. I guess I just finally got up the nerve to change the cable.
Today is my second day with the separated pads. I could not use them laying flat on my desk for two reasons: First, my desk is too high, so even with my chair all the way up, it was still uncomfortable to reach the pads. Second, the twisting of the forearms (pronation) was very uncomfortable. So, today I brought in a board that is resting on an adjustable keyboard tray that's under my desktop. That lowered the pads, but the pronation was still a problem, so I've just finished rigging up some wedges to help hold the pads at an angle. This reply is the first real thing I've typed with my revised setup. So far, so good. If I like it, I'll probably fabricate something more robust that looks a little better.
I'm sure there will be plenty of tweaking of the angles and the placement. It will take a while for me to really decide what I like the best.