Bob--The more perspectives the better. I did notice nik was somewhat slower than Photomatix (presumably because it uses more of Photoshop's scripting and less of its own optimized code) but it wasn't a big deal for me on my dual core Windows machine.
What I think would be a cool enhancement for U-point would be more of an ability to control which settings were affected by each point. Otherwise I do find it somewhat limited for this usage so I mostly ignore it and do my other (non-HDR) adjustments in Photoshop or in a different plug-in.
--David Cardinal, Travel & Nature Photographer
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