It is pretty good you can masquerade it (configure it as a transparent proxy for any outbound TCP traffic and it uses HTTP CONNECT to proxies that support it to proxy the connection.) If you're looking to unwrap SSL traffic you can use sslsplit, too.
If the end goal is a Burp replacement, you should know that they're very expensive (basically 365 USD a year IIRC), and a cheaper product could be a hit.
The bro proxy, no wait! The Broxy!
Its gonna be legendary!