I should also make the point that all of these extensions, regardless of the vendor, are hanging by a knife edge.
If you were looking for a long term solution then third party extensions are not the answer because, at any stage, Adobe could change something and suddenly all the money you'd spent, in good faith, on your extensions will have been lost. Worse still, you'll have no way of resolving issues with older websites because you'll no longer be able to access the dialogs for the extensions.
If Adobe pull the Database, Bindings and Server Behaviours panels altogether, which are deprecated anyway and which we're using "at our own risk" according to David Powers, then where does it leave the vendors and their customers? Those panels are integral to the WebAssist extensions.
I'm already in a position where I'm copying snippets of code from older websites because I can't use the extensions any more. In a way I'm thankful to the vendors for, inadvertently I guess, forcing me to learn to code but I'd much rather hand them some money and save me hours of time doing coding that, honestly, I don't 100% understand.