Seems to be the best version yet,
This review is from: Audio Cleaning Lab MX (PC) (CD-ROM)
I have been a long standing user of Magix Audio Cleaning lab which has included the original and 2005 versions. Having recently upgraded my PC to Windows 7 has meant that the 2005 version has compatibility issues (though it does still work). I took a months trial out on the 2013 version which is OK but has been modified too much for my liking so instead I purchased the MX version.
The interface is very similar in layout to the 2005 version with some minor tweaks and improvements, all the shortcut keys are exactly the same so no re-learning needed. older projects also work fine.
CD ripping has improved in that there is now a database collection button whereas the older version relied on the CD having its own text file (rare) so you had to enter all details manually. There is no option to change the mode of ripping on this version though. One thing to note when ripping on MX and 2013 is that the rip seems faulty as the ripping progress window will sit at 0% for around a minute or more before the rip starts (I assume Magix is assessing the disc for the best ripping method and speed). Once the ripping starts it runs smoothly and quickly.
One advantage of MX over 2013 is the tracklist editor which is not fixed in size with large entry boxes for text fields whereas 2013 are small and the window is fixed in size. the editor is similar to 2005 except for the addition of MP3 tag fields.
If you are thinking of upgrading Cleaning Lab or are a first time purchaser of such software then I can highly recommend Audio Cleaning Lab MX