Our usage of the Super Table Plugin was a bit more complicated than we originally envisioned and it did take some time to review Verbb's documentation and work out how to use the plugin in our unique scenario. While the content set-up in the backend of craft was somewhat more complex than the alternative solution, it is much easier for a user who wants to get in the CMS just to enter content. Depending on the site's size, page complexity and other factors, it might be right fit for some clients.
While we're obviously a development company ourselves and didn't necessarily need content entry to be as organized as this solution allows, it was important to work through the process to see how long the implementation would take, where the complexities lie, and work through some of the content scenarios where we would recommend and implement content set up like this.
Your implementation of the Super Table plugin will likely be unique. But, hopefully, this example will help you see how to break this powerful plugin down into components that can work for your site.