"I was also impressed by the cunning way in which [Raize Software] separated the data-aware
components from their 'unaware' brethren. ...it shows the sort of attention to detail that Raize
Components are noted for."
"The Raize tab/page controls, and indeed, all the other Raize components, have a default
style which fits comfortably into the standard XP 'look' that's becoming increasingly pervasive.
Some third-party components simply look too outlandish to be tasteful, while others have a rather
dated appearance. I think Raize Components gets this delicate balance just right."
"Priced at $349 it's not one of the cheapest Delphi component libraries around, but it's
definitely one of the best."
"The help is excellent and is automatically integrated into the IDE when you install
the product. Need to update the library path to point at the new set of packages? Not with Raize
you don't, it's all done for you."
"When building the user interface for a new application, you obviously want to use
attractive, modern-looking components. It's tempting to save [some money] by using the various
freeware or open source controls around, but with a few notable exceptions you generally get
what you pay for! Raize Components 3.0 is one of a relatively small number of Delphi component
toolkits that, in my opinion, derserve a 'must-have' rating. If you do any serious development
with Delphi or C++Builder, this product will pay for itself very quickly."
The Delphi Magazine