I bought this, and it's great. It feels almost like an AutoHotKey GUI, but one that's missing some key features. For $20 I couldn't have asked for a better deal, and the task of automating complex projects becomes simple when you think about it in tree form.
Together I can do anything I can imagine so far. I've automated the individual backup processed in my programs, along with my BackUp4All 3 tasks and the burning of the important stuff to a blank DVD. I've automated the running of Windows Updates, VersionTracker Pro, World of Warcraft Updater, IGN Downloader, Neverwinter Nights 2 Updater, GameShadow, and Steam. I've also temporarily put my ModeSwitch AHK project on hold because it was simple to create several different "modes" which completely control the programs and services running on my computer both automatically based on the active program as well as manually to the mode I set.
I also have it automatically checking the WHOIS results of the domain names we register at several registrars and combining the results into a list of domains I need to renew. At 8:30 every M-F morning it runs an AutoHotKey function to start the TimeSage clock. I then use TimeSage throughout the day, and it automatically stops the timer at 5:00 when I leave, or as soon as the computer is idle if I'm still there (making it easy to account for the entire time I was at work with an accurate timesheet, without necessarily having to remember to start and stop the timer). Automise is to an Admin Tool as Oblivion is to an RPG. It's like dropping you into a big construction set where you can pretty much roam freely and do as you please. Only with Automise you only have to do it once, then you can just set a timer or click a button (then go back to playing Oblivion).