I agree that people are sources as well, but that doesn't mean you could not use a Repository to store their addresses - if that seemed an easier way to handle the confidentiality aspects (which is for you to decide). The approach to confidential data in PAF seems piecemeal and confusing rather than comprehensive and intuitive. We have '~' to indicate confidential notes (but this doesn't work anywhere else, such as in Source or Citation comments). We can declare custom events which can be flagged as Confidential, but cannot flag built-in events as Confidential, but cannot declare repositories, sources, or citations as Confidential (much less declare parts of such records as Confidential). And the options that pay attention to these things look different when you export versus create a report. Oh well. Every other genealogy program I've used in the past had problems, too, it is just that I also had to pay for them, adding insult to injury. PAF has been Good Enough for my purposes and out-does many commercial programs IMO. Hopefully it will continue to improve and at least maintain its share of the market (so we have plenty of folks who can help figure stuff out ).