As answered before me, State Archives using one will be fewer than those that tested, tried or even looked at one to see if there is a fit.
For my part, I have compared, in 2012-2013 the following applications, with relative success in getting most of them to run:
Though I used a somewhat comprehensive framework extended from OAIS to other usability factors, my results are not published, and I seem am running out of time to do so because of other projects.
An essential lesson I learned was that the IT environment in which the system is considered for use is critical in weeding out excellent candidates otherwise that would not fit. This applies to all these wonderfully crafted solutions in the opensource world that would only work under Linux, under one of its flavors or VMs that won't deliver acceptable performance in production setting.
Most States would have Windows server/desktops and perhaps Linux RedHat servers availanle. If you focus on those installation environments, your report would be useful to most states.