I tried it. It works pretty good. I'm *not* a gui programmer by any stretch. I just wanted a little program to start/stop some services in Windows based on which "profile" I clicked. So I just used it because of the visual designer it has. I created a single form with a few buttons on it, saved it as Perl code, then added the important bits afterwards with Vim.
Generating the gui part of what I did took all of 5 minutes, tops. If I had actually cared what it looked like, I could tell there were all sorts of ways I could make it pretty. Play with fonts, graphics, colors, buttons, pretty much anything.
Therapy is expensive. Popping bubble wrap is cheap. You choose.