I've been playing with the trial version today a little & so far it looks quite promising. By far the biggest win for me is the AMG data it pulls in. I currently spend a huge amount of time browsing the Allmusic web site and having all that data integrated into the player is almost enough to make it worth the (steep) price for me. Tidal integration looks fairly seamless, although ironically I recently ditched Tidal in favour of Qobuz as I find the latter superior in a number of ways. Roon claim it cost them $500k to integrate with Tidal and as Qobuz is in bankruptcy protection they're not minded to spend the resource on it. A shame, but understandable. I've also been unable to get the JRiver WDM driver working, but I think it's a JRiver issue in my case as nothing is working with it. Odd, because it worked fine when I last used it a couple of months ago. The clear weakness to my mind at the moment is the lack of tagging support, one of the things I really like about JRiver. It's also tricky to identify different versions of the same album...for example, a vinyl rip vs a remastered vs an original master of the same album. I suspect I could use a workaround by changing how I tag these different versions, but that would be a pain. I found this video on CA. Half an hour run-through of the product. I haven't watched it all yet but might well be interesting... Anyway, I shall definitely be playing with this some more during the trial period. Whether it'll be enough to justify the steep price...especially if I want to stick with Qobuz rather than Tidal...I'm not sure.