Anchors need to have some kind of "stopper" to hold them securely in place when underway. You don't want the windlass to be holding the weight.
All the previous Hamptons I have seen had a "claw" type setup. The unit was fixed to the roller assembly at the back side. At the front was a claw you would place on a link, then you'd turn a center piece to tighten. I haven't heard any complaints about this part, but I could see it being a bit cumbersome, or a two handed affair.
When we got to Shanghai we saw they developed this new one. Use the windlass to snug the anchor up, then just drop the hasp over the anchor. The screw assembly is very easy to do with one hand. Nice work HYG! (Anything to make anchoring easier, right?)