During the last few years I replaced a lot of mixing outboard with Voxengo Plugins, simply because they sound better.
Voxengo Curve EQ has replaced nearly every digital or analog EQ I own (except the Focusrite stuff) and the various tubesim and saturation plugins have made my Telefunken tape machine obsolete.
Since I use Voxengo Pristine Space / Boogex all my guitar and bass amplifiers start to rot slowly in their corner, only being used for capturing impluses sometimes.
There certainly is still some use for my old stuff, but not too much since I have my Voxengo Plugins.
Pristine Space is the best Convolution reverb out there. When Aleksey talks about true stereo he means it. I have tested this theory with other well known reverbs and the clarity, fullness and width of the stereo spread from within Pristine space is simply brilliant. Well worth the money and reflects the attention to detail present in the rest of the Voxengo range that I have seen and used.
Pristine Space offers features found in other far more expensive reverbs and can match if not better the results for less money, try it and see.
The feature set of Pristine Space reads like a plug in collection found in top end sequencers and remember this is a reverb plug in…
Stereo width, Reverse (highly creative), Low and high pass filtering, and Linear phase equalization. As a convolution suite owner, the Deconvolver and especially the Impulse Modeler ensure that I can create my own spaces as well. A superb investment that helps to bring down the cost of music making without sacrificing professional quality.