I don't think NPhoto/N-Photo magazine put much content online. They have a digital edition as well as a print one, so presumably want you to subscribe
The review you posted chimes with what else I've heard about DxO, but it's worth knowing that they've just changed the configurations of their Standard and Elite packages. Previously, Elite was for high-end cameras. Now, both versions handle all cameras, but you need the Elite version for the more advanced tools. Which, almost inevitably, includes the one little feature you really, really
I'm a bit ambivalent about the offer because I'm still on 32-bit Vista, which isn't supported under DxO's latest versions, and have no immediate plans to change computer/OS. Actually, I wonder if it's a bad time to buy a new computer because the well-liked Win7 is gone, at least I believe Microsoft are no longer supporting it and full versions are sold out, the cordially-hated Win8/8.l is dying, and Win10 isn't here yet. Sigh.