I don't mean to be rude, but the price tag is completely unjustified. $299 for a delay suggests that it's meant for experienced producers who demand quality. Playing with the demo I thought it was a very nice and functional piece of software, but I found nothing that would make me even consider paying the $59 intro price. By no means did it sound bad nor was it buggy, but I thought it offered nothing new. The thing about delays are that they are just flexible signal repeaters. If you chain your favorite built-in or freeware delay, distortion, chorus and filters, you'd be close to what this product is capable of. Then again if you're looking for more complicated signal processing in a single plug-in, there are waay more interesting options out there for less money.