I think a lot of people might be tempted to pass this up. Who needs another "normal" compressor, right? But this is actually a very good and very flexible comp.
The company emphasizes low aliasing in the promo literature, and I think that may explain why this plug-in has so much clarity in the 4x and 8x oversampled modes. To me that's really what sets this comp apart. It reminds me of the HOFA IQ comp set at high sample rates, but actually sounds more pleasant and "real" when I A/B similar settings. I find myself getting that "aahhhhh" feeling a lot when I use this and thinking of course this is how the track should sound. My sense is that in the 8x oversampled mode it's at or above the quality of Presswerk and the Slate VMR comps.
The behavior of the actual compression is uniquely pleasant, especially on vocals. It has different modes (classic, modern, vintage, etc) like many other compressors out there, and they seem effective in helping to make a track "sit" right. CPU usage is reasonable on a modern computer, perhaps 1-2% per instance in 8x oversampling on the fastest current iMac.
By the way, I had an initial issue with latency not being reported to Studio One in the 8x oversampled mode. The company responded with an update that fixed the issue within a day! So that speaks well for their professionalism and general business approach.
Was attracted by "low aliasing" feature and disappointed. Aliasing was much higher than a few other well-known low aliasing comps at similar settings (0.1 atk 300 rel, peak detection, 9 dB GR, 192 kHz), nothing spectacular. Maybe you should remove "designed for low aliasing" part and leave just "oversampling".
Overall not bad digital comp (someone actually made non-emulated), but I expected more from 2015, especially regarding antialiasing.