interviewed with them - nice bunch
I interviewed with them, as a developer, and was offered a place (I ended up going to Sweden instead, different offer).
It's a small team, but they're bloody good.
I thought the line of research they were taking was viable and modern.
I have no need right now to replace anything which already exists, but if I were starting a new project, I'd try this, because I think becoming familar with it so it can easily be used in the uture it would be well worth having in the toolbox.