I am a first user of AAMS V2.0 when it came out, that is a few years ago.
Since then i use this good tool on and off. Mostly for mastering purposes.
Sometimes i like to fiddle around and listen mixes for pre-mastering, just to hear what can be better.
AAMS allways will point out where to go and where the sound sits / gets better.
Mostly this is EQ L+R based, where i was years go suppriced with results of AAMS.
Still i am managing between manual EQ and AAMS DSP-EQ, trusting my ears was before AAMS my thingy.
But now, i know AAMS can point out differences and i can hear them, i would never find out.
So really in all 5 years or so, AAMS got way better and has taken over some or most part of the finding out parts now.
It is a workhorse and makes me more concentrated on the sound of mixing, instead of worrying how my mix would sound as mastered.
So i give AAMS the thrust now, because to me AAMS has proven itself.
I am new to AAMS V3, but most parts are still the same.
Something is better, the sound got increased to again a step better.
But i have to see what is new, (user styles tweaking> intresting?!).
Keep up the good work Denis.