I've used CD Stomper for well over two years and I can attest that it is very easy to use. The software is intuitive and the labels look amazing on the CD (especially if you use the glossy labels with photographic level images.) I am a self proclaimed neat-nick and these labels have really dressed up my audio CD backups, software archive discs and DVD discs. Until recently I have been a devoted CD Stomper user and advocate.
BEWARE! The glossy labels will warp the disc over time. I've never used the thinner, matte labels so have no experience with them or their archival quality. I went to view a DVD archive that I had labeled about 18 months ago and the discs are warped beyond usability. Thinking it must be inferior media (Datawrite brand) I started to check my archived discs and older audio CDs. The media brands of these other discs include: Maxell, Memorex, Philips, Sony, and Verbatim. They all are exhibiting the warping to varying degrees all based on age. The longer the label is affixed to the disc, the more it will warp it. When pealing a label off the backing before it is applied you will notice an extreme curve toward the printed side. Who would guess that a piece of paper could exert enough force to bend a plastic CD?