Just a word of warning to UK customers thinking of buying Creator NXT Pro direct from Roxio (which seems to be the only way of buying it from the UK). Don't make the same mistake I did and forget to take customs charges into account!
It's not made very obvious until you get to the point of actually placing the order (in fact it's not mentioned at all until that point, when the delivery shows as "international"), but despite responding to a UK offer from a UK website with a price in UK pounds sterling, then paying in UK pounds sterling, your DVDs are actually shipped from America.
This means that the UK border agency will charge you a whopping 20% VAT on the non-discounted price of the item and the post office will charge you an additional £8 "handling fee" on top of that, all of which you have to pay before they'll hand it over to you.
What's more, Roxio put the full price of the item, in US Dollars, on the packaging rather than the price you actually paid for it. I paid £54.47 including postage for my copy, but the value printed on the package was $96.25 (about £60.75) and that's what they charged me the tax on. So there's me thinking I got a good price, but in the end I had to pay £54.47 to Roxio, £12.15 to the UK border agency and £8 to the Post Office - £74.62 in total.
It's my own fault for not realising customs charges would be involved, but I wanted to warn others not to make the same mistake. I'm a little annoyed with Roxio for making it look like I was ordering from the UK until the last minute (this is from roxio.co.uk with British prices) and failing to warn about the extra charges.
Presumably if you order the product as a download rather than a physical DVD, you won't have to deal with all this hassle and expense (and won't have to wait nearly a month to receive it either). Otherwise, if you can possibly buy it from anywhere else, do so.