It is free, but it has some shortcomings, though the concept is nice and not difficult to explore. First, the output level is quite low on all presets. Second, The Gator often misses its first step (and other in-between). It also misses an alternative for free run. It seems buggy. The swng doesn't really do what one expects. 3rd, you have to click very precise on the arrows on the buttons to get the option-roll-down. And 4th, The Octave stepper together with the Gator produces unwanted clicks. I missed an Arp function in addition or as an alternative to the Octave stepper. That's what I enountered in about half an hour. It seems that the plugin is not quite finished or polished right now. I tested the 32-Bit Vst2 in TB Minihost, on my 1080p monitor, where the labels are a bit small. 32-bit Vst2 is abandoned by Steinberg, I see that, but it's still the most versatile thing and widely in use. The CPU footprint was quite low on a i7-6820H, mostly under 3%, which is very good. What I liked was the completeness of the Gator speed divisions, that is often missing in other plugins. It goes from 1 to 1/32t. But it should work correctly.