The most unique feature I found with this RSS reader is its customized layout option, support for protected feeds, threading (a la SharpReader), and its enabling of interactivity with the blogosphere.
So the name RSS reader isn’t enough these days, people can discover content from within your reader (RSS engines), content from your reader (as you can share folders or account), you can clip to a blog (Bloglines clip blog, RSS Bandit enables clipping to the BlogJet client - or even clip anywhere using Reblg), and even respond to comments on blogs directly…see more
…then there are RSS readers that are integrated into Personal Information Management clients.
So not only can you respond by clipping to your own authored post in your own blog, but RSS Bandit enables you to read comments of blog posts, respond to them, and keep track of replies to comments, all from within the RSS reader.
The only thing is that not all blog software supports that comments API…this application could be so much more!
If you do respond to a comment, the comment is kept in a folder with all your other comments, so you can keep track of where you have commented in the blogosphere.
Wow, if this folder had an RSS feed, you could re-syndicate it and make a blog or java box, that represents your comments in the blogosphere.
At the moment I bookmark, in del.icio.us, every comment I make in the blogosphere, then I take the RSS feed from that tag and re-syndicate it on the sidebar of my blog… skipping this step and having it automatically happen from the RSS reader is a powerful function.
Here are some screen shots of RSS Bandit.