I will refrain from rating, since I already sent a support email to the devs and I'm waiting to see how the feedback is going to be.
On that email I only talked about what I consider to be the major problem, since all the other are irrelevant until that one is fixed, at least for me, but here I'll try to be a little more explicit.
Right now I'm a little disappointed with the current version.
I like the concept, a faceless app that, without any intervention of the user, picks the file on a certain folder, checks automatically for metadata, converts it using a predefined HandBrake setting and depending if it's a movie or a TV show sends that converted file to a specific folder (or directly to iTunes, but since I still need to add subtitles, I prefer to have them outside iTunes).
The minor problems are:
• Non recursive folder check, meaning that if I have a sub-folder with several files in it, it won't "see" them and doesn't start conversion
• Although HandBrake allows the inclusion of subtitles in a simple and painless way, MMM doesn't support that.
• Opening the processing queue while MMM is working results in a window that doesn't show the remaining files and that it's impossible to close again until the conversion process ends
• When trying to directly use the HandBrake presets putting on the "custom" area something like this: --preset="AppleTV 2" the end result is usually worst (as in with macroblocks showing every once in a while) then the one using directly HandBrake GUI
• EVERY SINGLE TIME that MMM ends a conversion and need to move the final file to the proper folder it crashes.
I don't know if it's related with the fact that the path to that folder has extended (latin) characters or what but it's a major pain in the... backside and makes MMM currently unusable to me.