Started out embedding VueJS in a super old website (think 1999) to modernize the frontend and was pleased at how easy it worked side by side with the old code. At first chance I used VueJS on a new site and that is when I realized the the power in it's simplicity. Not sure I can say anything that hasn't been said, except for when I discovered Quasar and Syncfusion in combination with Vue my productivity shot up like TSLA's stock price. Sure, you are happy with the gains, but also thinking that nothing good comes this easy. TSLA I'm not sure about, but I can say VueJS+Quasar+Syncfusion is a powerful combination and for me, translated into a huge boost in productivity for frontend projects.
I found vue-good-table to be super fast, both in loading and displaying data, plus searching the data set. Was able to search across 9 columns and 7k rows in what felt like an instant. For the advertised set of features, vue-good-table does them very very well. For that reason, I give five stars. The project requirements started to creep outside the scope of it's feature set, so sadly vue-good-table was swapped out with another datatable. Wasn't as fast, but had a broad set of features (selection export, export to Excel, export to PDF, drag and drop column grouping, per column filtering, etc) that made the product owner happy. If she is happy, then we are happy.