Good beta version. I will keep my eye on this one.
Unlike the previous reviewer mentioned, I don't find it to be better than Thinking Rock or other GTD programs I've used, but it certainly looks promising.
It has a clean interface, and is easy to use.
I would like:
Pop-up help when placing the cursor over an item
The ability to view multiple projects at once
Support for delegating actions
Support for ‘Waiting for' items
For me, Thinking Rock is by far a superior application. For starters, it's one of the few applications that actually follows David Allen's GTD methodology. In addition, it allows me to view my actions in different ways, sort it using a variety of criteria, view various projects simultaneously, categorize Projects by color, it works on a Mac and a PC, etc.
Again, this is a good beta version. I got interested in it after reading that it was fully compatible with GTD, better than Thinking Rock, and so on.
After trying it briefly, for me it is certainly not better than Thinking Rock, and does not seem to incorporate the whole GTD methodology.
It may be better than many other GTD applications, but that's because some of them are really poor programs. Hopefully this one will evolve into something great. After all, it's still a beta.