What I was really impressed with was how user-friendly Dante is and how automatic it makes setup. Especially how Dante names things in a way you can understand (human-readable names) as well as being able to assign all devices with automatic IP addresses that make the whole system work. The system seems very easy to start using and Connect especially looks very clean and easy to use. The one-click channel routing is a huge plus. Another thing I never really thought about was how to route your devices, and that daisy-chaining wasn't the way to go for digital systems. The star method of putting devices together makes a lot of sense.
However, one thing that it can't do that I would maybe see a lot of use for is not being able to use SMPTE time code. This system is really nice and easy to use, and would be great if you could use it for purposes more aligned with the film industry, but that might take getting the SMPTE to work. You also cannot use WiFi to transmit audio, and all channels have to the be the same sample rate because Dante cannot translate different time codes.
Other than these few things, though, Dante seems like a great way to get connections up and running really quick and fast, and painlessly as well. Everything makes a lot of sense and looks very clean!