After reading some of the reviews here, I just have to say something. After reading many of the previous reviews, I wonder how many of these people actually use the software and are amateur radio operators. MacLoggerDX is one of the best ham radio logging programs out there, Mac or pc, period.
MacLoggerDX has more features than can be listed here. It's a fantastic amateur radio logging program. It connects to DX clusters and displays spots as they are received, looks up calls on HamCall.com and QRZ.com (or CD). MLDX aslo controls more than 50 different amateur and shortwave radios. It tracks, WAS, WAZ, DXCC, VUCC and IOTA awards. You can even use it to plot APRS packets. It also works as a contest logging program using the Contest Helper window, and so much more. It really is the Swiss Army Knife of ham software.
The developer of the software is very responsive to any requests for new features or enhancements from users. One may wonder why there are so many "betas" released. It is because (in my opinion) the developer wants to get the new features and enhancements out to those who want them as fast as possible. If you aren't interested in "beta testing", don't download the beta. The link for the latest official version is available to download from the Dog Park site.
Regarding the price, there aree a lot more expensive programs out there that don't do half of what MLDX does. Quality software costs money to develop. Larger companies could take a lesson from Dog Park's response to their customer's querries. If you don't want to spend what the developer thinks is a fair price, use a paper and pencil and stop complaining.