@Steve: It's the principal of the thing for me. I have been a loyal customer of Adobe, even to the point of leaving Quark (after 10 years) for Indesign. I dragged my feet when GoLive died and I had to learn DW early days (3)... it was ugly, but I needed to keep working. All my sites are db based, so when I lost GL db features, DW was the only game in town... then I found WA. A life saver for tons of sites. But I won't stay with DW forever. I refuse to "rent" my tools. So I am hoping that WA finds a way to provide its tools as a standalone so when I dump DW, I can still use WA tools.