First of all Sasquatch is different, as others stated before. It looks like a one trick pony, and indeed, it is. But if you are looking for a tool to really design your recorded Kickdrums, this one will do the job. Without using a drum replacer or struggling around with EQ/Dynamics or other tools you can easily find the sound you are looking for. OK, the GUI and the workaround is a little odd at first sight, but when you're familiar with it, you can get good results in a very short time. To me it is outstanding and I can really recommend this for everyone who is looking for a new way of designing a Kickdrum. The developer is really helpful and reasonable with prizing and deals like on this Black Friday.
I agree entirely with TheDude86. It's a totally different way of working that EQ or sample replacement. Those are familiar now, but certainly didn't start out that way. In my beta tests of Sasquatch it took some time to get my head around what it was doing, what it was great at, and what it was not-so-great at.
For me, Sasquatch has been a breath of fresh air. I use it just about every mix now. I'm fully addicted to Sasquatch and I wouldn't want to work without it regardless of whether I'm doing hip hop, metal, or dance.