First, I got this for free when I got it in a hardware bundle, so I don't think I would have paid $149 for it. The GUI is a little hard to understand from first glance if you don't traditionally use Air Music Tech products, but after a bit I was able to get the gist of it (with this being my first synth from them). The synth itself comes packed with a lot of presets that seem a bit outdated, but there are still a lot that fit well in modern music. The only major issue I ran into was the lack of stereo imaging for one Part. To create a preset with stereo width, you need to duplicate Part A to Part B and pan them away from each other (hence taking away a Part). Other than that, I would recommend buying if it is on sale.
This is one my go-to reverb plugins for pads, synths, and even drums. It does a really good job creating room (hence why it works well on drums). Speaking from a GUI point of view, it is a bit different from traditional reverb plugins, so it may be a different learning curve for some people (including myself). But overall it's a great plugin.
Works great for me. I don't traditionally work with film scoring, but this plugin fits well in multiple genres of music. Some people seem to have experienced issues with it in the past, but this doesn't seem to be the case on my end.