Since you said "tree stand" I am going to assume that you are considering either hang on or climbing tree stands.
I think a great design is the Summit hang ons. They have the bracket / strap set up where you just strap the bracket on around the tree and then hang the stand in the bracket - extremely easy for a 53 year old man like me who gets hot quickly climbing up trees and trying to hang stands. If you get the aluminum version of the Summit hang ons it is even easier.
As always, invest in a good safety harness with a lineman's belt to use while hanging stands. It makes it much safer and ultimately much easier since the lineman's belt allows you to have both hands free to hang the stand.
Personally I hate ladder stands for bow hunting. I just don't feel concealed enough. I think a good hang on stand, up about 20' and in the second row of a line of trees for concealment, is the best way to hunt in the woods. It just seems to make it so much easier to draw back without getting busted.
Mathews Z7 Bow for Whitetail and Hogs
Remington R-15 .223 REM for predators
I also like to "hunt" sporting clays with my Benelli SuperSport!