+ Spectrum oriented GUI, highly resizable and custom-colour channels. + A lot of clean 20th order filter types you can choose in one glance, with huge gain capacities + Great CPU optimization + Floating menus per filter (everything you need on each filter!) + Linkable filters (lots of fun, and so much to learn from experimenting with it!) + Parallel mode (Just perfect for Mastering and balancing instruments presence) + M/S processing.
This EQ came out just right when I needed an advanced one. The upper features listed are definitly what made me buy this VST. Also, reading through Sugar Audio site, I understood that these guys are engineers first. They first work for usable and valuable processing before designing the cutest GUI. Honestly, I don't think this VST looks good, but goodness it does really looks like efficient! This fullscreen Spectrum allows you to dive in your sound. Filters can be very smooth or surgical and parallel mode just helps you so much when you need to balance instruments, balance your bass/kickdrum combo, and so on.
Filterizor is the first advanced EQ I'm buying and it maybe the last one.
Features I wish to see on this vst: dynamic EQ or reference EQ (not match EQ, just reference EQ).