A key to enter the registry, double-click and normally that's enough. Permission is different about version 1.1 but I have not tried.
Not too greedy.
Very nice to play with a controllo, of course.
It's simple and it sounds, I like feedback.
Really trying in the stream of tape-echo emulation software. It not replace a real tape echo, but it is good anyway.
I found other as good as freeware (interruptor) but they are different and that's the first copy of RE201 in native VST, at a ridiculous price.
Background noise could be switchable but it faithful to the true mean, that's fine.
Edit 2008: I compared it with the UAD version and it is not the same. UAD seemed richer and dirty in the feedback and the sound was different.
I would not say which is closer to the truth or that one sounds better than the other but that of the UAD made me feel really good and it was finer to be settled on the other hand, like a real tape- echo. I think we can use them to do 2 without duplicates.