We started to use their templates, but found them either too limited or way too taxing on our systems. The plugins are neat in theory, but like mTracker3D, overly complicated to learn and use in fast turnaround broadcast. Then there's the high price tags. TV station refuses to authorize purchases from them any more, and I can't afford the stuff on my own. The new owners say they're going to branch out. I assume into Resolve and PPro plugins and templates, where the real money is. Can't blame them. FCP just isn't getting the tracking it should in the market place. Yes, it is there, but not in the way PPro has firmly established itself. I hope they have great success in the future. I will be interested watching how they evolve.
MY experiece with all the plugin companies is that motionVFX's offerings in genral are on the reliable side of the fence. While all companies have become better at making quality plugins recently, I'm usually pretty confident with the motionVFX stuff. I do buy from everyone when I need something.
Bummer Ben. The fun of plug-in land. I try to do as much as I can without plugins out of practicality. The joy of using one heavily on a project, then in two years when a revision is needed it's no longer compatible with a future OSX. And then many poorer selling plugins (the one you used) get retired and won't work on Apple Silicon. I'm really looking forward to that. Not. Hope you're well and have a good week. Happy editing.