Its truly a user-friendly GUI for the 21st century.
Dare I say... its a standard setter for expectations on how a GUI should work.
The latest version (2.4.3) that has just been released and it continues the tradition of adding new features and widgets.
The latest solves a problem for me since I started testing Windows 7.
While the XIV GUI posts every command you execute into a text file (for use when creating a script), Windows 7 seems to place it in a less than memorable place
(for the record on my machine it is: C:\Users\Anthonyv\AppData\Local\XIV\GUI10\logs ok so I remembered.... but it seemed easier on XP)
So I was pleasantly surprised to find it now appears in the Tools menu.
What we get is a popup window that will dynamically get updated as commands are executed.
In the example below, I used the GUI to create a volume, then snapshot it, then unlock it, then map it to a host.
Each command appears in the command log as a CLI command that I can run again in a xCLI window or an xCLI script.
The current XIV GUI is version 2.4.3 which can be downloaded from here: