I would guess that depends upon how much you like UFT and how much work you're willing to put into a new program.
If you're like me, you're still looking for that "Perfect" genealogy program?It doesn't exist yet.UFT came closer than any others, which is why I still use it (despite certain issues such as the font thing!). I liked the flexibility in sentence structure for reports and how it handles sources and citing them.So until I find the perfect program, I'm using a combination of programs, depending upon what I want to do.
If you ever upgrade your operating system to Windows XP, you'll need UFT version 3.0 - 2.x simply won't run on XP - though it did run on my Windows ME computer.
The Master Genealogist has the best conversion of data if you've got lots of notes, etc. in your database.However, the latest version (5.x) has had some problems with printing reports.(Though I have 4.0d and have been pretty happy with it...) Most other programs require you to use GEDCOM to import data, and a lot of information would be lost.