I don't get it. I'm in the process of finding a Transmit replacement after about a decade of use (can't deal with its unstable file downloads any more) and I've been evaluating all of the top contenders: ForkLift, ExpanDrive, Fetch (which I used many years ago, looks about the same) and Yummy FTP. The latter gets rave reviews here, and yet I'm not seeing much to rave about. I assume that it's very stable and provides solid transfer behavior, but ugh - the interface??
How are they making the claim that it has a "Beautiful Retina User Interface"? It is neither beautiful (looks like an OS X 10.2 app) nor Retina-savvy (all of the icons/UI elements are pixellated on my rMBP screen). On top of that, I'm finding the UI behavior to be surprisingly clunky.
Sorry to rain on people's love parade here, but I'm stunned by how archaic this app is, I can't get onboard. I won't include an actual star review here because I haven't (couldn't) give it a decent workout, but I implore the developer to give this thing a major facelift.
FWIW, ExpanDrive was comically slow for me, so while I wasn't completely blown away by ForkLift (much speedier, but the mounted disk behavior wasn't good, and there's no bookmark import), that's my probable replacement.