Sorry...but if you are looking for a breeding stallion....I'd definitely pass on him. While he'd make a really cute gelding, nothing about him knocks my socks off about him as a stallion.
He remains weak in the back end, his neck could be much better and he's still posty in the hind legs.
If you have a breeding program or are starting one - the very worst thing you can do is to buy a substandard stallion. A stallion can put far more offspring on the ground than a mare...so you are talking about far more damage with a stallion.
Very very seriously...buy the very best stallion you possibly can...even if you have to make payments or save up for a while.
Truth be told...stallions are a PITA and can actually be detrimental to a small breeding program unless you are aggressively showing and promoting. The temptation to "save money" by breeding your mares to your own stallion rather than "breeding out" can be a big one..and in the end, a limiting one. For a small breeding program, it is actually not only cheaper to breed to a top notch stallion than to house a substandard one. This also gives you the ability to keep your gene pool diverse with produce from many different stallions.
Just my FYI based on many years of breeding experience.