I've watched/heard others use it with outstanding results. However, I do not want to go down that rabbit hole. With software that powerful, I would be sorely tempted to "re-master" my vinyl; go way beyond removing clicks and pops, and way beyond what is necessary, likely ruining the whole reason (mastering, sonic presentation, etc.) why I sought out the album in the first place. Lol. I do IT for a living. I do not want to invest hours and hours at home in front of a monitor. I just want the most egregious clicks and pops gone while listening and enjoying the music. Besides, I'd be going for the Advanced RX 6 version, which I believe is about 1200 bucks. For the convenience, I'll throw in the extra just to be able to push a button. Plus, with an appliance, I'm not locked in. The recording can be raw with blemishes galore. If a better way to skin the cat comes along (say SugarCube SC-7 MKIII with built in 32/384 A/D/A), all I have to do is change the appliance/trade up (seems easier to resell/trade hardware than software); because, I have made no destructive edits. Granted, I could keep two high res files (or two CD-R's) one raw and one repaired); but, why would I do that? Again, that takes away the ease of slappin' the record on the platter or the DVD-R with hi res files in a UDP or the CD-R in a transport or player or whatever.... ...and then just hit a button.