Thanks! I'm happy someone likes it, was not too sure about this outcome.
Maybe our 3D guys would be interested that I've used VRay. And tried an old good finalRender approach to fake effects in VRay - (less GI send, more affect reflections from same object, selfilluminating objects, etc...) Well, I have failed miserably. Time I've put into this extended into unacceptable hours of fight against VRay. He was fast in renders at least, faster GI than finalREnder, much faster blurry reflections, and outstanding vector motion blur speed too. Restricted in special effects, but really stands up to his legend in photorealistic images, especially architecture. (my typical job)
Not sure if I can recommend it for LFS renders, depends. Work with matte plates and compositing with real footage might be a pain for you.
At the other side, 1 click realistic renders is where VRay beats anything around. So if you just wanna take a car, throw a skin on it, set some dramatic camera angle and want a picture, go for it.