FID = Flat, Incline, and Decline
The REP Fitness AB-3000 2.0 FID is a versatile adjustable weight bench that can go flat, incline, or decline with 8 different back pad angle settings to be exact (-12º, 0º, 15º, 30º, 45º, 60º, 70º, and 85º). Changing angles is quick and easy with the ladder-style back adjustment and highly visible angles laser cut into the bench. Switching angles somewhat makes a satisfying sound thanks to the use of noise dampeners on the anchor.
There's a 2.1″ gap between the seat and pad, which may still be considered minimal for flat benching on an adjustable bench. To compare, the gap of the first version is only 1.75″. The seat itself has 5 angle settings (0, 5, 10, 15, and 20 degrees) secured with pop pins. It's also reversible for those who don't prefer the wider flare on the front. The roller is comfortable and can be adjusted to different angles.
The bench sits about 17.1″ high so most people can have their feet flat on the floor when lying on the bench. Construction is solid with a lot of stability with very little side-to-side movement especially for a bench at this price. The foam is firm yet comfortable and covered in grippy vinyl, which is great for heavy presses. Roller at the back is helpful when you want to move it.
For about $300, the REP Fitness AB-3000 2.0 FID adjustable weight bench is according to many the best budget option for an FID right now. It's weight capacity is 1000 lbs.