The good: It uses the name you’ve given your custom menu, instead of a terribly long and meaningless entry like “Enhance Admin Bar Custom Menu” that Enhance Admin Bar does.
The bad: The settings entry name is not at all obvious, and the “Manage default menu items” feature form the todo list is sorely missed.
The ugly: Activating this plugin forces the admin bar to be displayed for non-logged in users (whether or not the custom menu display is enabled)! It’s an administrative bar, that should not happen.
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