It's FREE. Those programmes that give you dual screen taskbars and a hundred other unrelated functions for huge $$$ bug me. This one gives you the taskbar (TB), which was all I wanted. It behaves pretty much like a regular TB, with some minor difficulties (see Cons, below). But you can pin programmes to it; you can duplicate buttons from the "real" TB to the new one if you like, or make items discreet for each TB. It has a fully functional tray (Notification area); it "Hides" if you set it that way. It's great! Cristi Diaconu has done a good job for a first try and I'm looking forward to the future versions.
1) Start Button (BETA) semi-works, but it requires a "triple-or-quadruple-left click" to get it to fire up. You know what? That's NOT a bad deal for something free. And once it is running, it works exactly the same as the "real" one. 2) Pinning is not quite intuitive -- if you're NOT using mirrored TBs (buttons duplicated on both screens for ALL running programmes), you must have the programme-to-be-pinned running on the 2nd screen, THEN you can click the TB button for it and select "Pin this program to taskbar". 3) if you use the right-click menu's "Cascade windows", "Show windows side-by-side" or "Show windows stacked" functions, you'll have to use the "real" TB. 4) so far you can't access the "Toolbar" function of the right-click menu either, so you can't add a toolbar to the 2nd TB.
The PROS are great; the CONS are minor. Like any new thing this will experience growing pains, but on the whole it's really cool and deserves a look.
Updated on Feb 26, 2016
Actually added a third monitor, and it continues to function there, too. It hasn't been updated that I can see since the first review so the original problems remain, but combined with the free version of DisplayFusion it's pretty useful.