Thanks everyone for the input.
My ceiling height is too low to do standing military presses so I have to do them seated.
A separate LAT BAR unit would be nice but I just don't have the space. That's why I was attracted to a power rack/cage with a built in lat bar unit. The footprint of the whole lat bar pulldown is pretty much within the same footprint of the cage and uses the same bench that I would use for everything else. The LAT bar attachment on the Body-Solid unit has posts to add plates too, in addition to the weight stack so I'm not limited to just the weight stack. The TDS unit doesn't. You can get either UNIT with just a plate loaded LAT bar pulldown unit but having the weight stack would be really nice, especially for my girlfriend who doesn't want to have to take plates on/off.
One plus for the TDS unit is plate storage posts so I wouldn't need additional weight trees whereas the Body-Solid does not have that option.
I saw another nice unit at www.yorkbarbell.com
but the weight stack also doesn't have posts to add plates. Also, they don't rate their unit as too how much it can hold however they do say you may max out the cage at around 700lbs. I believe the other units are rated at 1000lbs. I'm only doing up to 400lbs. right now but I figure a 'stronger' unit would be safer if I was doing a 1 rep. max while squatting and had to 'drop' the barbell. The York unit is the shortest however which is a big plus for my small basement.
I guess I'm leaning towards the Body-Solid unit right now due to the plate posts on the LAT bar weight stack. I just have to verify the height of the unit to make sure it will fit in my basement.
Well, I never considered it because I am quite able to do weighted pullups. However, even if were not, I would prefer using bands to assist a pullup rather than using lat pulldowns.
I've never heard of 'bands'. I don't think I could even do a single pullup. Could you provide any links to bands that are used for doing pullups?
Thanks again to everyone.