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I'd guess it would be a great help if you're using positioning and need it to be cross-browser compatible. That said... try viewing their site in Netscape 4.7... (Tip for company webmaster: NS4.7 doesn't implement the @import directive)
The MAC version seems to be better than the PC one at the moment, but hopefully it will catch up.
If only they did a linux version it would speed up my windows-linux transition enormously.
As rewboss notes, there IS an excessive amount of code bloat. For beginners this can be a double-edged sword: on one hand it helps familiarize users with CSS rules and formatting, but it may also encourage the use of excessive and redundant code.
The visual aspect is nice, but still, nothing will ever beat "conceptualization from the id..." coupled with a good text editor. ;)
Maybe I need to work with this more, but first impressions are that this software is not quite ready. Maybe the Mac version is better.
Unfortunately I know enough just enough CSS to make me dangerous ;) but not enough to say exactly what was wrong with the generated code. I'm not sure I could recommend this for a beginner...