Not bad looking and probably the least expensive these can be, provided that, like me, you have a few miscellaneous bits around.
Update 2/16/14: I dropped my HTC One XL again and this time the glass smashed pretty badly. I still can't bring myself to spend hundreds for new glass and I'm in the middle of a two-year contract, so I picked up a ZTE Radiant pre-pay phone and stuck my SIM in it. It's a bit lower end and a bit smaller, but hey, I do have a ten-inch tablet so no worries. The ZTE fits right onto the stand that was customized for the HTC. The only thing I changed was the lettering on the front!
To clarify, especially for those outside the US, everything at Dollar Tree is $1.
Step 2: Rewire - It Must Be Done.
And, I should mention, these things seem made for DIY, as there is no glue or screws holding them together, just friction. I only needed my thumbnails to open them up.
Step 3: Individual Customization
The phone (AT&T One X) was a little more complicated. First, the plug had to be turned around. No problem, just pull it out from the bottom, turn it around, and put it back in. That's okay, but the phone is then way off center and hangs off the right end. So I used a tiny drill bit and X-Acto knife to create a new hole for the plug. The plug is glued in and then I cut/broke off the little post that held the plug tight in the original position (on the right in the second picture) and used a spot of glue to put it right under the plug in the new position. It wedges nicely between the plug and the bottom of the stand. Next time, I think I'll just use a blob of PC-7 or similar epoxy, but I just didn't have any around this time. Finally, I folded up a sticky note to bring the back support forward to match the angle of the phone. I'll replace that with something nicer, like maybe a piece of foam tape.
Step 4: All Done!
Step 5: Other Ideas
Possibly weight the base to make it a little more stable.