The manual (in French) is quite detailed, but only in electronic format. There is also a tutorial is not bad on the site. Proc
: PII 333 MHz
RAM: 256 MB
The plug-in takes very little time machine (2 or 3% overall). When you force some adjustments to the extreme, it takes longer (~ 10%), but we still want it, it's pretty rare.
Currently no crash to mourn.
I use for almost six months on almost all my songs! The effects achieved are varied. At first it's a bit difficult to get started because the plug-in is very rich. But once we know we need it constantly. We can get a whole bunch of base effect (simple delays, cross-feedback delays, chorus, flanger etc.) very easily, or enter completely new sounds, always with a few clicks once you understood the operation.
Ohm Force offers two prizes: a $ 10 introductory price (you can pay by check in francs equivalent, they are French) without commercial license restricted to 16 bits. The commercial license is a bit more spicy ($ 200), but well worth the price since all versions of plug-ins are supplied with (DX, VST for Mac and PC, with two different skins)
In short a really good plug-in, I hesitated in buying the pro version but if it over again, well I would do it with your eyes closed!