For all these shots, the only difference in the left (Bibble Default) images and the right (Perfectly Clear) is that for the image on the right, the Perfectly Clear adjustment was turned on - literally a single mouse click!
This first shot is a typical example of the results you can get out of Perfectly Clear in Bibble 5.1 with just one click. There is so much additional detail in the stones on the right of the doorway, and such an additional sense of depth to the scene.
This next image shows the results that I would typically expect to only be possible by using a polarizing filter. The sky is much bluer without changing the tint of the clouds unnaturally, and the water is so much clearer and and seems to sparkle just a bit more.
The image below shows the local adjustment of contrast performed by Perfectly Clear which brings out an amazing amount of detail from the deeper shadows in the lower left of the scene and reveals the detail and definition in the leaves across the top of the frame.
For the next image, I must admit to using two clicks, not just one. The first was turning on Perfectly Clear, the second was switching on Perfectly Clear's tint control. This is easily seen in the before/after pair. The color cast is removed from the image - most easily seen in the pathway, but also visible in the foliage.
These images show pretty typical results from using Perfectly Clear in Bibble 5.1. I selected these particular images from a group of photos I shot in Cambodia, not because the results were so much better than the results on other images, but because these images contained range of color content and dynamic range and highlight how well Perfectly Clear works on a range on content. The fine folks at Athentech have a much larger gallery of before / after images, so check those out, too!