One not so nice thing on their site is
under Choosing the right Wine-based solution
- Comes with one-click installation for Windows applications -> hmm OK from their website, this is nice but I still need to download the application
- Comes with a graphical installer for Windows applications -> not sure what that means, wine setup.exe gives the installer the guy, who packaged the game, had in mind
- Comes with Bottles (portable virtual Windows environments)? -> prefix? I guess it is the same
- Seamlessly integrates with your desktop environment -> so does wine? At least I got a shortcut to regedit, mines, solitaer and pyltro in Gnome3 (I think ~/.local/share/) or they mean like fullscreen etc. this would be helpful
- Is consistently tested against a supported application set -> OK, what I saw in the forums, they respond very quickly *thumbs up
- Comes with product support -> ?!? updates?
- Price -> well, once wine is running it usually works fine. But if you run a constantly updating game, this might be helpful?
So with the free version, you save the 51 Euro initial price and after 12 months you can extend for another 12 months for €25.50?
//edit: per user licence model (not per machine)
What I don't understand, on their website they say you can use and download a copy of the software up to the version when your subscription terminated. Forever!
In the EULA under point 4:
Upon termination you must destroy the Software, related documentation and all copies thereof.
This includes 30 days trial version, misuse, refund, not paying up.
Hmm, wondering what is with the flock version