A very interesting and progressive version since the first release. It didn't bother me as it seemed to bother others as far as the initial release's appearance and function was.... Unless the visualizer has no form, function or vision, I feel that reviewers should be more positive in their criticisms. I have read some rather brutal critics -- please try giving suggestions instead of simply panning or slamming someone or one's software. I'm impressed at how the iTunes visualizers work, and it's got to be rather complicated to get such visualizers to perform with any degree of decent entertainment.
The ease of use is quite simple, and you see just what the visualizer does before you close out the prefs window. For value, it's free and it isn't a large file size. Very stable as well. No iTunes or other software conflict in hours of continual play, toggling from full screen to other screen size options.
I like the fact that the developer has included more user- controlled preferences than the initial release. The 3-D spins and amber option is a nice touch, as well as the text options.
I would like to see an option to keep the text window in one spot; sometimes when music changes, the text box pushes too far to the right, making it impossible to see the stream's name, except for having to draw down the font size.
And one question, a bug I hope to pop in the developer's ear: Is there any way to add the capability of the "Matrix" code's colors to change or fade to different colors randomly? Keep up the nice work, Eric Yost.
Hardware: 1 Ghz G4 Titanium; OS X 10.3.4; 768 MB DDR SDRAM; ATY,RV350M10 64MB VRAM @ 1152 x 768 full screen.