I have to step in with my 0.02- I use this program weekly in my work. I direct the music program of a 1700 member church, and Asaph does one job and does it well. It is not intended to sell music, it is intended to be a database of your own created music. The ability to generate transposed lyric charts is extremely useful, as well as the ability to export text (to my media guys) and to keep several versions of songs. It is tricky (at first) to understand how to input lyrics and chords, but a trip to the website showed me how to do it. I print my charts to a PDF file all the time and save them with the key in an Asaph Charts folder. The app is slower than a native app, but not so much that it's a hindrance- I'm running a 500mhz G4 here. My work has been made easier with this app.