I'm somewhat new to the Mac arena, including its splendor's like MU, and seem to be catching on nicely. However, there's just one thing I'm unable to grasp and I was hoping a Mac user, or rather a experienced MU user, can explain to me. What's the deal with the bitching and moaning aimed at developers updating their products to often? I switched to Mac to have the forefront of technology in my hands, or at least staying as close to the new tech advancements in personal computers. Isn't it our ( Mac users) advantage to have more and more updates in order to stay ahead, so to speak, to the ever-advancing technical world. Why are many people in this Limewire Review bashing the developer for doing just that- developing? If the guy only changes the smallest of detail within the app, then makes this change available to the public FOR FREE, isn't he only doing his job properly and effectively? I give 100 stars for this developer, not the product so much (though it does kicks ass- just rather be in Cocoa), for their ability to keep up with technology, or at least try. Those of you bashing the developer for issuing to many updates with accusations of overzealous advertising, which is your opinion that you provide no proof for- so it's not fact, should switch over to PC and keep filling Gates's pockets, who did something similar to what you've done- make a statement without being able to back it up with fact (though, Gates was much more convincing to IBM than you, leading IBM to believe Gates's lie that he had a OS- when he never did). Whoever you are Mr. Developer, keep-a pluggin' away. When you feel your software is stable enough, has all the corks and whistles on it that your happy with and so forth, thus slowing down the updating releases- that's when you'll have my money for Pro. Until then, keep-a pluggin man.