David Medina, I'm not sure when you jumped on the Logos band wagon but believe me my agravations with there Mac product development is justified. Before I moved to Mac several years ago I was extremely happy and sold on Logos as the best bible software on the market. Then, I moved to Mac and tried to use there first Logos 3 for Mac version which was a total disaster and waited anxiously for the newly announced Logos 4 for Mac which promised to solve all of our problems. Well contrary to what one user stated those of us who bought into it early did in fact purchase and struggle through Alpha releases for several months before promised and still much broken Beta and RC versions came out. They moved onto Logos 5 without ever completing version 4 and regardless of what the software industry as a whole does in providing updates this is not the case with Logos 5 development. These have been ongoing developmental SR's attempting to get their product to the level of what was initially advertised to the consumer and purchased on the premise that soon you would have what the marketing hype promised. Now we have Logos 6 and an outrageous asking price to upgrade. Sorry but I'll stick to the fine work the Accordance development team does and be happy with a product that runs like a Mac app should. Plus an upgraded product with all the new bells and whistles for just $49, I can afford that much easier than $300+.
On the other side though since I have such a vast investment in Logos and frequent the communtiy pricing offers; I will continue to use Logos for research using the vast historical resources I have acquired for it. I will say that since upgrading to the latest generation Macbook Pro logos 5 does run smoother but still takes too long to get going compared to Accordance which is just fast and efficient in all it does.
Dr. J, Helen and all the rest are always available and helpful to the Accordance community. Thank you for that.