I practically use it on every project file of mine, and for good reason. It's essentially the best spectrum analyzer for value (or ever), and to check on the mix and master is vital for making stuff sound listenable. Every little bit of information is readily available here (frequency, notes, db), the slope option is neat, and the best part is that it's stable. Avid FL 20 user, been continuously using this plugin for over a year and it hasn't crashed once. I love it.
There's a lot to like and dislike about this plugin. For starters, the 1/4 and 1/8 options are quite neat if you want some effective breaks. Unfortunately, when starting on a pattern more than once the slicing will go out of sync so you'll either have to record the sliced break when the plugin's first loaded or restart it entirely. Another thing what irks me is the 1/16 mode - when an amen break is sliced up in this instance, the kick just ends up feeling too short and not as impactful as before. Download this if you're looking for a simple, although lazy plugin to do basic break slicing - you might only get snippets worth of good slices, but it's better than having completely unedited samples.
I'd say this is one of the best free limiters/maximizers around, being somewhat comparable to LoudMax but a little louder and slightly less transparent when the input's cranked up. The only problem to me is that the GUI's pretty small, not resizable. You might also get some latency but it's not really noticeable, even lower than LoudMax's for me.
Pretty nice (and quite brainless) tool for giving anything a bit more character! The output is good for a plugin like this but I wish there were more controls, maybe different types of saturation or filters. Worth a download.