I don't know of any forum members who are regulars that use this products. Personally I do objects tours using "still camera photography" I made my own large turn-table and I have one small turn-table that I purchased.
Cleaning each frame is very time consuming and not something that can be automated with any great degree of success. You will find lighting is very important and making specialised backgrounds a must have.
Some of my results can be viewed at www.smooth360.com/3d_objects
If you search this forum and go back a couple of years you might just find some more information that we covered back then.
To give you an idea of the clean up work take a look at www.smooth360.com/swap and you will see before & after by using mouse over image. There is 36 photo's in that Red Scooter 3D Object. Photo's taken every 10 degrees. My turn-table was made with MDF and a Lazy-Susan style bearing. (the turn "Lazy-Susan" may not exists where you are) but it is just a low flat strong bearing. Often used for turning large TV's. I purchased mine at the local hardware store. I'm also sure you could buy one online if you cannot find it locally.
As for the Modelweaver software I don't think there has been an upgrade in many years. (Maybe it was already perfect?)