Tested it for a couple weeks and though it had some bugs we decided to use it for our small office of designers. Afterward, some larger bugs appeared. First, shared libraries: Just didn't work for large libraries. Would work for a few font families, but sharing many thousands of fonts, it failed to update, failed to preview, failed to activate fonts for individuals. Typically I'd see about 10% of the fonts that should have been accessible. We tried trashing the cache, rebuilding the font libraries (many times), reinstalling the app, etc... No luck. Other problems were relatively minor but included lag after installing more than a few thousand fonts. We're still using RightFont for our group and working out the hiccups. It's not a worse experience than Suitcase, tbh, and much more affordable per license. The interface is refreshingly simple and once font previews are loaded, it's pretty fast. Auto-activation has some bugs, but again, not worse than Suitcase.