Originally Posted by henris
... Well I put it a bit too bluntly, was writing my comment on mobile. ...
I didn't take any offense to your comments. I was more apologizing for giving some outdated, and inaccurate, information. Also, Plex is using the core of XBMC to base the PC front end client, then it's being derived by it. Although, it's just semantics we're debating, and the end result is still the same.
It's hard to debate the fact that the user experience from front end to front end for Plex varies as much as possible. Obviously, the better experience is all on the clients that have been around for quite some time such as the PC. I've used Roku client when it was private, unofficial, and a one-man developer. I also used the Android client within a few weeks when it was first released. Needless to say, things have changed significantly and a lot better. I've been using Plex for years, since 8.5 on OSX, and when PMS first launched on Windows.
Overall, I really like how Plex's setup in regards to the server and front end. The rest of it, like any other software, has it's pros and cons.