I've invested in a different software where I have hundreds of books (many of which I don't use) plus I have printed matter that I use for at least a few hundred $. But Accordance is curently offering the UBS Translators Handbook for a significantly lower price.
Should I get Starter, UBS Translators Handbook, Revised English Bible and NETS from Accordance? What I'm thinking about are the concequences in the long run: I would expect to use UBS for approximately 30 years: will I have to pay a lot to maintain the software during a lifetime? Customer service was unable to promise what will happen when version 11 comes out, how much do You think I would have to pay each time to get the newest version?
An idea would be to update to the latest version only every second time. What is the probability that Accordance will stay in business for decades? I'm wondering if they are going to be able to charge the high prices.
(I will be studying Gk in college, first classical Gk, later on Biblical Gk. Probably I'm also going to study a bit of theology. I don't expect that to lead anywhere nor that I gain very much skills.)
In the future, what would it cost to sell everything I have to someone? I'm thinking of getting rid of all the software when I'm too old and have found someone to give them to. How much is the transfer fee?