"This module reproduces the classic sound similar to Rhodes/Wurlitzer pianos."
This is very misleading, as anyone who's ever played a real Rhodes or Wurlitzer will testify. The tone is reasonable around middle C, but not very defined in the low register, and way too thin in the higher registers.
The four parameters don't seem to alter anything worthwhile, apart from the volume slider.
If you're really into the sound of a Rhodes, or Wurlitzer, there are much better alternatives to this (mda epiano for instance).
As for value for money, when it comes to free VST's, VFM means "was it worth downloading?" The answer for me was... NO.
Brok said about this "if you dont use it for pro recordings its ok"
In my opinion, if you don't want to use something for pro recordings, you certainly wouldn't want it on demos either.
I understand 4front are looking for advice on marketing. My advice, forget your free stuff, it's getting you a bad rep in certain circles. Concentrate on making your pro versions really "pro", then people will sit up and take notice.
I have a strong feeling this review will be receieved badly, but that's too bad. I'm just giving my honest opinion.