Peggy and Catherine, I have found two bugs, which we've discussed on this board: 1. Citations in the middle of a text block will cause the Family Journal report to replace the rest of that text block with blanks. If you don't use citations in text blocks, or they are only at the end of the text, I don't think there is a problem. However, we go back to using UFT 2.8 or 2.9 for our Family Journal reports. You can easily install UFT 3.0 in its own directory (call it UFT3) and keep your database in its current position, using UFT 3 for most work and the older version for Family Journal reports. My database is back in my Roots4 directory, and I still sometimes use Roots IV to look up data that I input using UFT 3.0.
2. The new, powerful, Global Find and Replace has a problem when changing text in the Free-form date field. For some dates, with a comment like "(bef chr date)" in parenthesis, the structured and sort dates are messed up (but the Free-form date is changed correctly). That has been documented here and in the Arlington Roots Users Group newsletter.
3. There are a couple of fixes on the UFT web site for problems with file names for the tutorial system and image files. (I don't use them, so I have not bothered to download the fixes.)
Those are the problems with the UFT 3.0 program that I have know of. There have been others who have complained of different problems, but it's not clear to me if they are due to UFT 3.0 bugs or if they are related to the specific implementation methods of UFT or the setup of their computer. In the latter cases, installing and using UFT 3.0 should not affect your chances of running into those problems. And all systems I have worked with have similar problems. No system is perfect.
A major complaint on this board has been lack of support/fixes for UFT 3.0 since it came out in May/June of last year. But if your data is already in the UFT format, installing UFT 3.0 won't affect our future.