Over the years I’ve worked w/ a lot of eCommerce solutions, both paid as well as open-source, and I have to say that I’ve never been impressed w/ any one system like I have been Jigoshop. I’m including full-blown paid / proprietary systems like Storefront, Turnkey Webtools, and FoxyCart, as well as open-sourced projects like OSCommerce in the equation as well. Jigoshop works amazingly well right out of the box w/ very little setup or custom configuration needed. Granted, there isn’t a standalone version of jigoshop out there (yet, that I’m aware of), and it’s only available as a plugin for WordPress at the moment, but from what I have experienced working w/ Jigoshop on a few client projects, it’s just as robust and capable as anything on the market.
One of the first things that I really like about Jigoshop is that the code is extremely easy to navigate and is very lightweight. Once installed there are tons of widgets and shortcodes available for use anywhere in the site you should want to use them. I haven’t had a lot of support issues since putting Jigoshop into production but the few times that I have I’ve always found a resolution rather quickly. There are also tons of add-ons and extensions available for Jigoshop out there that seem to all function very smoothly. Click here to browse a list of available themes (although themes aren’t necessary) and available plugins. If you are a Genesis Framework user, there’s a free plugin for you as well.