I did a test drive with this plugin, and I honestly didn't like it at all. Call me old fashioned, or say that I may enjoy a pleasant bit of organic noisefloor in my dialogue tracks, but I wasn't turned onto this tool. I was turned onto the concept, but in implementation I didn't like it. The interface although cool looking, I didn't find very intuitive.
The ability to do what it does, sort of 'meh' in my opinion at this point. It felt and sounded more like a glorified EQ than actually doing something to suppress noise or clarify dialogue or both.
And this thing is I believe is an unnecessary resource hog - I hope that this is not because of the fancy graphics. And my thought is that when you have to blatantly warn customers on your website about it being so re-source heavy (so much so that even though my computer far exceeds the required specs, it still buckles under one plugin instance), that's just poor/sloppy design to begin with in my opinion. I'd prefer no fancy graphics or frequency response curves etc if it means the tradeoff is that the plugin just runs efficiently.
Maybe I'll try it again in the distant future, but for now I'm honestly happy using my C4 method and/or working with a Cedar - even if it means a little residual noisefloor. And I have no intention of investing in this, I'm hard pressed to change my mind. Less is more here.