Complicated path, but I started with Quicken in the 90's, went to MS Money, back to Quicken, switched to Mac so got MoneyWell, then Banktivity 6, then to YNAB, then to Quicken Mac...and with the missing rollover features, did a desperate install of Quicken Windows via Crossover on Mac. It works, but slow and some of the features crash the software.
I've looked at MoneyDance before and was thrown off by the simple interface but with the need for Envelope style budgeting that is native on Mac, I did the Trial...and was very pleased. I also installed the iOS app and connected DropBox...and hated the 3 device free level limit since I share this with my wife for entry. THEN I discovered the DropBox direct connect feature (Well done, MoneyDance!) and that now allows all my laptop and mobile devices to share MoneyDance. I don't use DropBox for anything else, so it's nice to not have another resource hogging app on my laptops just for one app.
As far as MoneyDance, it's easy to set up, manual downloading of QFX works for me, and the ability to set my preferences makes MD2019 so easy to use and personalized to me. It works across my Mac, Windows 10, and iOS devices. That's a big score for my family.
Thank you InfiniteKind for creating a software that works as promised, making it easy to track finances in multiple entry points, and not charging us every year for "promised fixes" like other softwares. It just works.