Dick, et al, As a programmer, I know how a complex program can develop warts as changes and fixes are made over time. Eventually, it is better to start over with a fresh design. However, to rebuild something like UFT, you need to know what all its many features are, and how they inter-relate. And that depends on a good understanding of the program. I suspect that with all the dislocations that UFT support staff have gone through over the past few years, much of that knowledge was lost along with some very good staff. There were certainly signs of that since Genealogy.com took over, but I suspect that it was started when previous owners "retionalized" their programming staff. The bottom line is that it probably is true that there is little of value in the various versions of the UFT software as they currently exists. Someone else could probably pick up some good design ideas, but it might be best to start from scratch, or start from TMG. If a new product is build on the UFT foundation, it should be priced like TMG, not a cut-rate price we've seen recently for UFT. But it's probably too late now. So how can we identify useful enhancements to TMG that UFT users would like? That looks like a good task for the RUGs.