It struck me today that I have been using FontAgent for a year and I've had nothing to make me reconsider my decision to switch to it. Over the last 30+ years I've use various font handlers, from Font/DA Mover, Suitcase, MasterJuggler, Font Reserve (the absolute best), FontXplorer and so on. I ran with the latter for a while but it was too buggy with my 30+ year old font library so returned to Suitcase after and for a decade or so until I got fed up with their annual licence request. Apple'sFontBook is an embarrassment that should have been addressed decades ago for the professional designers who use a library of fonts in their work. On loading FontAgent I realised I should have tried it years ago.
This year Adobe will stop supporting PostScript fonts which makes the bulk of my multi-thousands font library. Luckily I am at the end of my active designer career but FontAgent still supports them, as do the applications I use. FontAgent also supplies and supports far more design packages than Suitcase, et al, which seem to be far more geared to Adobe's applications (than they used to be) at the expense of others such as QuarkXPress for example. Don't get me wrong, I like Suitcase which I always preferred over the others but as a better option I'd choose FontAgent any day.