Microkinetics seems to exist on inertia. They were one of the first to build a hobby control and have little going for them other than length of time in business. Even so, it amazes me this company still exists.
You will be less impressed with the control when you remove the top cover. Mine was a rat's nest of wire and incorrectly placed components. The amplifiers are installed without heatsinks and will cook if you run them above half power.
I had to send mine back three times to get it working, each time incurring shipping charges and shipping damage. The last time they pinched a wire when replacing a drive which quickly fried that drive as well.
The software had no acceleration ramps in jog mode, making it impossible to use with the supplied NEMA 42 motors. Also, two of the motors were defective. One didn't even have a bearing installed at the rear of the armature.
I finally tossed the software and interface card and completely rewired the box to run on cncpro. After the third amplifier failure it went in the dumpster.
I hope you have better luck than I did.