Mix reviews,...guess every one into different style of sound, I been mixing and mastering for few years now, used tools like oZone, T-racks, and also individual vst such as waves, one thing I came across was that the quality of a mix is very important for AAMS to work, when you use a reference file or load one form "e.g. a Roadrunner CD." When you mastering manually you can hear frequencies and just cut em or raise them, however lets be logical AAMS just applies the reference setting from your source file to your mix. With my experience it works very well when applied to a mix with perfect levels on each track.... and that is what mastering is ment for!
AAMS is great for mastering purposes.