@mike, I been using WebAssist products for some time now. the only issues I have is my lack of understanding of php/mysql concepts including hand coding at times. (but I am learning) Im writing this as each time im using WebAssist products together im understanding more and more in the way they work and benefit each other. Im just finishing a rather complex site and had no issues that relate to the quality of the products (only my lack of understanding on database concepts). I had to quickly create a back end system for website that needed to be handed over today and decided to take the plunge in using DataBridge (without doing any experimental work before a live project) and to be honest I am impressed with the way they all work together. I does feel a lot "nippier" to use then before and had no crashes or no wierd behaviours in the tools at hand.
the thing with WebAssist that does make it stand out from the crowd is the amazing after-sales support these guys give. And a solution will always be found to any problem. The best part the tech guys help me learn more about coding php/mysql and really gives me motivation to learn more and gives me excitment in the potential these tools bring to a project.
the thing about bugs and problems with software, some people argue software is always in "beta" stage...look at Microsoft Windows OS they are always providing updates and fixes....and lets no even open a debate about Microsoft IE browser ;-)
anyway hoot, have faith in this software, have faith in the guys that have taken time to bring it al together. they will always be happy to help you..god knows how many question I have asked and had quick response times in them helping me.