It's still $2,000 so I doubt it will be in every tech's toolbox. Will be more of a tool geared for the places that already tinker in data recovery.
On the bright side the lack of any end user operating means that it's owners won't be learning anything more about data recovery to give them a foothold into the business.
But I suspect it will clear out a good number of easier cases like the WD slow responding fix jobs we've all come to love.
But, ultimately it may mean the end of data recovery rates starting at $300 from the real professionals.
I honestly think that the guys at DeepSpar are anticipating the end of traditional spinners coming soon and giving one last push to sell more tools geared to them. Once HDD cases start declining and SSD cases become the norm, won't be much market for tools like DDI.