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Can't Justify Upgrading

Thread began 6/02/2011 1:16 pm by jake269602 | Last modified 11/01/2011 1:11 pm by jake269602 | 643 views | 1 replies

jake269602

Can't Justify Upgrading

I'm sure if there's a first-time Security Assist user, the price is in line with what they'd be getting. But as a long-time user, I can't bring myself to pay even the reduced upgrade price ($74.99) for what are only a few additions, especially since I already own most of the extensions from WebAssist that are now bundled into this one and being touted as "new" features.
I already own the Form tools, which gives me the captcha.
I already own multiple copies of the validation tools and cookie toolkit.
So really, the only new features in SA2 are the pre-built forms (which I don't use) and additional password encryption. I would like the additional encryption, but not for $75. For me, the upgrades would be worth $40, tops. Even at that price I'd have to think about it. Bring it down to $25 and I'd buy right away just to stay current.
I'll wait for SA3 to see if it has more features. Based on past performance, Security Assist will probably wind up bundled into some other extension anyway, like Captcha and Cookies Toolkit was into this, Digital File Pro and Univeral E-Mail and HTML editor were into the CSS Form Builder, among others. If I dropped $75 on this today and in 6 months there's an upgrade to another product that incorporates it, I'll feel pretty cheated.

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