The menubar icon is very small. It would probably look better if it was a bit larger (thus matching the "norm" of other menu bar icons). The font size is also smaller than the standard font size of menu items. Perhaps the developer should make these things optional? Mac users tend to like consistency...
I see no configuration options, such as setting a "divider position" and perhaps margins to the screen and other windows (when using the built in splitscreen, and fullscreen actions), and for that matter, i can't seem to edit saved states at all (or update a state).
I do not agree with doobiexx that 3-4 bucks is a fair price for this application. If it was a one trick pony, and i do mean that literally, like a "deep sleep this mac" button in the menu bar, then sure, 5 bucks might be allright, but his application applies a little bit of magic to almost every application on your computer. It has to deal with old (or non standard) scriptingbridge APIs (bounds doesn't work on all apps), it has to deal with windows that don't follow normal procedures, but react only when you probe the processes through "system events". It can be a real mess trying to get this kind of functionality served to you on a silver platter through custom applescript snippets.
Like the "script menubar", breeze can also hide application specific states, and show only whats relevant for the frontmost application. Thats a nice touch.
I'm not prepared to buy this app just yet though. With a bit more polish, and some more functionality built in, then sure, i'll buy it.