Well, I downloaded and screwed around with Evom 0.92b on my Late 2006 2.16 GHz iMac running 10.5.7 with 2 GB RAM for an hour and a half, and my impression is that it's OK since it's free, but there are other substantially better free and cheap shareware options available that give you much more freedom to customize your conversions. For instance, Handbrake gives you about 1,000 times more options and better documentation, and it's reasonably easy to use. Since Evom's main appeal is to those who are unfamiliar with video conversion, it might have a slight edge over Handbreak because it's so simple, but only if your conversion job fits within Evom's narrow parameters. It's sort of the same for ffmpegX, which is another great shareware app, but which has possibly the worst documentation around. Then there's MPEG Streamclip, and the old VisualHub and its recent spinoffs like Prism Video File Converter and VideoMonkey, x264 (one of the very best), and of course QuickTime Pro. So, I think Evom has a ways to go before it can compete with most of those mentioned here, but it's a good start.