Does anyone use Smartscore?http://www.musitek.com/
I find it good at scanning but poor on printed output which is why I (still) use Encore.
I have been trying to get the hang of Smartscore (ProX version) for a while now. Got it when I finally got my new workstation devoted exclusively to audio applications, along with an upgrade for Encore...I'd been using a Passport version of Encore for years on and off, but that version wouldn't run on my new OS. Before that, I just couldn't justify the cost with my old computer setup.
I've had quite a number of problems, so due to poor recognition, but more with actually fixing some of the consequences of the poor recognition. I've also had some issues (as I have with Encore as well) with getting multiple endings and repeats to play back "correctly", as in "the way I expected them to play based on the way my choir director wants them done". The note entry and timing correction features in their interface leave a lot to be desired as well, compared to Encore's.
Can't say I've ever really depended on their printed output...the last thing I tried (for a Christmas service number) I was trying to scan in a score, transpose the voice and piano parts and print them in the new key. Couldn't get portions corrected, so I ended up manually inputting it all to Encore, doing the transposition and printing it from here.
I was interested by the capella scan website, but since I shelled out the cash for Smartscore, I keep trying to make it work. And since all of this is basically "hobby" for me, I don't always have enough time to devote to learning and experimenting.
By the way, what version are you using; there are several now. Also, do you frequent their forum? Responses there seem spotty at times--like now, there are days with no responses. Or new postings as well for that matter. If you're an experience user, I might just try running my latest problem by you!