I was probably one of the first to download the converter right after the release. Does it have any advantages over other products technically? I don't think so. The feature set is pretty standard. What interested me is the cheap subscription to regular updates. Searching the Internet for individual codecs and checking their compatibility can take quite a lot of time. Many converters I've tested don't update for years and contain the same bugs. In this case, $10 for an annual subscription looks attractive.