Yes, it works well. In that DickBlick page that I posted, click on reviews. I wrote up how I deal with the negatives; some of the mfg's suggestions on printing dark negatives just didn't work for me, so I opted to print two identical images (including registration marks), gluing them together (I used a scrapbooking glue pen from Zig), then using that negative to create my stamp. It worked wonderfully. The included and online video instructions were very helpful.
I made stamps for metal etching; I was finding that the image transfer methods weren't working for me. I thought this was a great way to get my own designs on the metal...have not been disappointed. I also purchased some extra photopolymer 'sachets' at the same time.
$89 is a good price!
Hope this helps!