When you're presented with a rush job with separate audio on a fracken weekend and you don't have an assistant lined up that minute to sync your dailies, this software is simply absolutely necessary. If this software didn't exist, I'd have laughed that client out of the room and forgone the great rush payrate.
Similar time saving programs cost $500 such as Automatic Duck which actually do *less* useful things.
Based on that, Pluraleyes is really cheap. If any of you have had to sync more than 2 cameras all with separate audio, even on a regular day, the value inherent in this software is as evident as the sun breaching the horizon. And that's despite the flaws and minor clean-up you have to do to the sync'd sequences.
When the DSLR fad is over, that will change and pluraleyes will fall back into its non-genlocked multicam niche. They're already incorporating DSLR into traditional camcorder bodies on the super cheap. People are demanding it with the DSLR craze and companies are falling all over themselves to come up with competition.
Also, awesome tech support on a Saturday from the CEO himself? You can't get that kind of service anymore from anyone. Too expensive. ::laughs::