I don't own a licence of this software... and I don't own the gear to shoot the video with either, so no point in testing out the trial version since I do not have any media to test it features.... It seems to be an awesome New Media but is also expensive to set up.. If done right, it can look awesome, but I have also seen some terrible examples.. I would love a GoPro Rig to test it all out but like all New Media, its start off expensive.. Perhaps cheaper alternatives will be developed.. Now there is an option for 3D 360 video, which as a far less chance of taking off than normal 360 video and far more chances of making mistakes.. I think for recording boardroom meetings it would be awesome.. So many uses but it will be a matter of apprising the end user that this New Media is an option for them.. Most people wouldn't even know it exist.. This is why I advocate that the creators of all this 360 stuff, software and hardware, begin to take a more a active role in apprising those that might find a use for all this media types..
One note: At any time, you can upgrade from AV to AVP just by paying the difference of price. That could be a way to invest into the software by doing 2 payments at different moment without any extra cost.