I tried the unlimited demo version, I found it had it's limitations. It seems to be aimed at creative use, like quite a few of Melda's other products.
Would I find a use for it's free form capabilities, I doubt it. Functionality, and, ease of use trumps features, in my book.
However, the frequency match and copy feature really stood out. Having tried various other EQ's with similar features, I found MFreeformEqualizer gave me the best results. Applied to the master bus on some of my songs, set to match pink noise, or any other analysis curve, my mixing deficiencies became more apparent. I could see it being used on a collective of songs to bring them closer together, such as an EP.
10/10 for the EQ match capabilities, but that's where it's uses end, for me, unfortunately.
After writing this review, I demoed Master Match from IK Multimedia, the features are similar to Melda's MFreeformEqualizer, or vice versa.