I agree that when someone would buy the source code he or she would probably have to buy Blue and the other programmers too :-) it has become so complex that it would take to much time.
But in the days of Palladium we began testing a new version of UFT and as I read in other messages here it was 32bit. They started from scratch and it looked completely different as UFT before. I do not know if I am still bound by the non disclosure agreement I signed with Palladium so I must be carefull. Anyway it looked very nice and some of the features were quit innovative (I have not seen them yet in any other software). It also had a complete other user interface than UFT so we would have to do another learning session if the program was continued. It is very pitty that they did not continue with it.