No problems during installation, no incompatibilities, the manual is clear and can be displayed with a click able area of the interface of the plugin if necessary.
The plugin does not consume anything (just 1% of cpu on a laptop that has 4 years), and it is quite stable.
I find hyper performance: after a period of ownership is the most effective transient designer I found, and moreover it may be restricted to a specific frequency range, c ' is the ideal tool for use "standard" (bring out a snare drum, etc), or on the contrary, it may be much more adventurous brutal or extreme changes in dynamics (from breakbeat to Squarepusher, for example ...).
Sure, it's not "on track compressor base," but a tool that is out to revive a moribund drumming for example ... and in this area, I think it has no rival!
I use it for 3 weeks
I like the clean interface and specifies the wave display, the efficiency of handling, the very low cpu conso ... and of course its power!
Difficult to compare because it is quite unique, but I prefer now to the Feed or BitterSweet2 Dominion because Dyno is more accurate and versatile.
The price is quite correct.