Consider it a learning tool.
It has potential to be something offered within a DAW as a simple way of learning about mastering and the types of adjustments you make.
Within this software are some really amazing individual pieces.
The EQ tool alone is cool! And it doesn't force you into changes it just makes suggestions so you can tweak it any way you want.
I,m happy with it. :D
Okay I finished the stems (well except for one track I have to fix the mixdown on) and this solution worked.
When I loaded all of the mastered stems into a pro tools session and bounced them again afterwards as one track...
it sounded exactly the same as the original master so success :)