Any reason you need a chest supported row? If not, I don't think you can beat a simple plate-loaded seated cable unit (most are dual lat pulldown/seated row types).
The Body Solid's a decent enough unit, but the leverage is way off. The resistance drops off drastcially as you approach the contracted position. I have to use double the weight on the Body Solid to get the same workout I get on a simple seated cable unit. The chest pad is on the smallish size, and the compression on your chest gets mighty uncomfortable.
Yukon Fitness also has a version that puts you in more of a face down position.
That might alleviate some of the leverage issues found on the Body Solid, but I've never tried one to say for sure. I've never tried any piece of Yukon equipment, so I can't comment on how solidly (or not) they're built
If money's no object, the Hammer Iso-Row is the cream of the crop when it comes to machines.
Nebula Fitness makes a pretty cool free weight bench unit for chest supported rows.
They're stuff is top notch, but it ain't cheap.