CoverScout is more useful to me than SongGenie, and I didn't even know SongGenie had been installed without my knowledge until I happened on this thread. While I agree that it's not cool that its inclusion in the CS install wasn't even mentioned, I'm not going to uninstall every Equinux product I have or demand a free SongGenie license as a result.
Having previously bought and registered iSale, I didn't have to go through much hoop-jumping for registering, and have come to expect it anyway, considering registration is necessary to receive support in order to prevent piracy.
The first time I used CoverScout, it seemed to mix up my iTunes artwork, taking album art from some tracks and dumping them on others, resulting in stuff looking bizarre on my iPod but not in iTunes or CoverScout itself. After doing a reformat and re-sync to my iPod, all appears to be well now.
I have such bizarre tracks in my iTunes library that I didn't even want to bother with SongGenie; I used AppZapper and consider it gone.
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