i am just wondering who and if anyone is using and would like to share their opinions on it.
Before you waste money on supplements you need to learn the business. For example, protein powder is a mixture of powdered milk and soy flour. It costs about $1.25 for the amount of protein in a quarter's worth of milk.
The body needs about forty nutrients and some of them have to be in balanced amounts. Taking protein for the example again, the body needs eight amino acids in certain proportions called "complete protein". Incorrect proportions are burned as ordinary but expensive calories. So even though this or that food is "high in protein", it is a waste of your money if you don't know what you are doing.
Learn the business:
cronometer.com/ (I haven't tried the software.)
charlesatlas.com/ An exercise plan that has been successful for over 80 years and requires no equipment