@digiangel - Developer here. Thanks for commenting, but I'm afraid you're completely mistaken in that FinderPop and MenuEverywhere serve the same function - they do not.
MenuEverywhere displays the actual app's (and Apple, optionally) menu as either a hotkey/mouse button pop-up, a screen-top menu bar or a window-top attached menu bar. FinderPop on the other hand, while a very configurable and an amazing app, does not provide access to app menus, only to user-defined contextual and content menus.
I also develop MenuPop, which is the less fancy version of MenuEverywhere with only a pop up menu facility.
I personally use MenuEverywhere on my desktop Mac (which has three monitors) and MenuPop on my MacBook Air.
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