Community (free) version
I was going to download the community version, but realized that this version of the product didn't have any of the reverse engineering capabilities. I then took a look at the personal edition, which was reasonably priced, but it didn't offer any of these capabilities either. Long story short, for the average developer perusing this site for neat tools, don't bother with looking into this product as it is currently priced out of your range.
The problem with their pricing / licensing scheme is this: if it can't import an existing C/C++ project on Linux for a reasonable price, then this posting is nothing more than an add for yet another developer's tool costing more than $1,000 U.S.D. / seat.
The community version of this product is definately there to tease the user into trying the $300.00 version of the software. The capabilities of the community server are not worth the effort of installation. The cool stuff, like the ability to suck in an existing C or C++ project aren't turned on. <sigh>.