For this hardware there is positive user feedback. Whether HDDRIVER really works with this hardware may depend on the firmware version. Test your hardware setup with the HDDRIVER demo version and the SCSI Driver/Firmware testsuite.
This hardware/emulator violates specifications and thus cannot be supported. New firmware versions might fix the bugs. Important: This is not about what HDDRIVER considers correct, but what the official specifications say. These require more than just reading or writing of sectors.
Unfortunately this rule of thumb seems to apply: The newer the product, the less reliable the firmware and the less standards are followed. The results are malfunctions or data losses due to undetected media changes, for instance. It appears advisable to use mature hardware, even if it may be a bit more expensive.
If you want to use unsupported or other than the listed hardware, you should test this hardware with the HDDRIVER demo version and the SCSI Driver/Firmware testsuite. If the testsuite does not report errors and the demo version works, the full version may also work. I am afraid I cannot offer support for not officially supported hardware.