The Evaluate Design capability is a useful tool in for DOE diagnostics. However, there are often cases where an investigator would like to compare the properties of two or three designed experiments before choosing one to actually run. There are two cases where this may prove useful. The first is comparing designs having the same number of runs but generated using different criteria. The second is comparing designs having different numbers of runs to evaluate whether the extra runs are worth the extra cost. This talk provides examples of both cases with advice about how to use this new feature to best advantage.