I have been following this thread with interest.
It's always helpful to know how our customers perceive us. We appreciate your compliments and learn from your criticisms. It's not surprising to me that some prefer one program, others another, still others use both (if for different tasks).
By way of help, let me offer this list for evaluating Bible software programs in general:
1. Search engine performance (stability, speed, precision, features, platforms supported)
2. Price (initial and upgrades)
3. Resources available for purchase (quality, number, ease of use, cost, accuracy, support for a specific area of interest)
4. Training (quality, availability, cost)
5. Support (responsiveness, effectiveness, overall attitude)
6. Community (Is it friendly? Helpful? Active? Enthusiastic?)
Edited by Timothy Jenney, 13 April 2015 - 07:44 AM.