Even though documentation is a little weak, you can configure everything, because it is clear and logically ordered.
There are tons of parameter that can (not must) be configured in the back end to meet your expectations and your site layout.
There are two modules, the AJAX search for itself and a search result module.
Combining both on a pseudo article page gives your site an astonishing search page with fabulous design capabilities.
The actual version does not support language files but I got an answer for a question where to find the place with the only two hardcoded words within 7 ! Minutes. This is quick.
There is a ticket request button in the backend at the module config page. This is a very good idea, since you mostly want to access the support when you are configuring something.
It is definitely worth to spend the 25EUR.
It is easely to install, very straight to be configured and you can simply change the layout of the most things.
Location management is a snap, even with google maps integration.
One can export to iCal easily and connect your outlook calendar with a free plugin. Mozilla thunderbird/sunbird connects by build in features.
It has, for me, the best implemented RSVP an Reminder management and function the way I expect.
JEvents relies on a club model for support, but the money is worth to spend, at least to ensure that the coder can spend his time for enrichments and support. :-)
Any Question I placed has been responded by the team and/or leads to a fixing/enhancement in time.