Blue, Have your tried doing a round trip from FTM 6 to UFT 3 and back to FTM, using a fairly complex FTM database? And if so, what did FTM loose and what got put into the wrong places? This information might help those who want to how to organize UFT data to produce a properly organized FTM database (without the many fudges required to fit all the UFT fields into a smaller number of FTM fields). It might also give additional insight into how FTM organizes its data and produces its GEDCOM. Admittedly, I don't know how this helps those of us who want to make use of UFT's power, but it seems like something Genealogy.com's staff would want to know. I'm just curious how well that test would work.