Much the same comments would, for me, apply to the excellent ZTreeWin,...
ZTreeWin (ZTW) is *very* powerful and fast-to-use once you burn the single keystroke commands into your brain. This is one of several programs I have open all the time. Not free, but certainly worth every penny many times over.
As an example of its power, is there any other file manager that can do what ZTW's CTRL+B command can do?
Ctrl-Batch - Create a batch file that contains a command line to be
executed for each tagged file. You may also use this
command to create a listing of tagged-file information, so
the resulting file can be used as a list, or as data input
to another program. You will first be prompted for the
name of the file. You may enter a directory path before
the filename to create the file in that directory. (In a
Branch, Showall or Global File Window, the default
destination directory for the file will be the directory
that was current before entering that File Window). Next
you will be prompted for a line mask which defines each
line of the file. Enter constant data and variable
parameters. (See section 3.4 'Batch Parameters and
Environment Variables' for more information on the
parameters and variables that may be used). Use F4 to
toggle between OEM, ANSI and Unicode character sets for
text written to the file.
Once you get used to ZTree's file TAGGING methodology, and the way you can quickly select (tag) a list of files based on their paths, names, dates, attributes and contents, and then manipulate those selected (tagged) files in a variety of useful ways, (such as creating a batch file of commands to be applied to each of these file - i.e. CTRL+B), its hard to settle for anything less.
But then again, picking a file manager is kind of like picking a text editor; - product devotion can border on: religious