I use Yate exclusively, and have been for about 2 years now. What I really like about doing all my tagging in Yate as opposed to Audirvana is A) the ability to very quickly and easily drag multiple folders into Yate for tagging a bunch of things in a single session, B) the larger space of the UI is just more convenient to use… it’s a lot of scrolling up and down in the much smaller tag window in Audirvana, C) and this is the big one… automated actions in Yate are unmatched by anything else I’ve ever used. There are a lot of power auto-naming, auto-replacing, features in Yate that you simply cannot do in Audirvana.
For example… I find file names all the time that are in ALL CAPS. I can use Yate to rename the file by capitalizing each first letter (or some other parameter if you like), and then tell it to take the new file name and translate it to the track title tag. Or you can go vice-versa. Set this “action” to a user assigned button, and click once to make it all happen automatically.
Another feature I use almost every day of my life, is having Yate rename the files according to the track title tag, and then rename the containing folder (I use “Album Artist - Year - Album Title”) Audirvana just can’t provide this level of customization and automation when it comes to music library management.
If your tagging and organizing needs are much more limited, Audirvana does a fine job of simply tagging files, adding artwork, etc.
I do use both, but Yate is my primary for sure. Hope you find this helpful.