Why so sour?
I didn't tell you to do anything! I only offered a perspective on the decision and about who the majority of WebAssist users are. I never said to go and tell your clients to rip anything out. I simply gave an explanation for WebAssist's direction to PHP only - albeit my opinion of their situation - as I am not a WebAssist employee.
I am sorry for your predicament and your banks and their proprietary Microsoft servers and languages. Remember it is Microsoft that wanted to create their own web editor in Expression Web to compete with Adobe and then try to leverage more money for the licensing of ASP.net. So screaming that Adobe or the extension makers for Adobe products are somehow responsible for all this is really reaching by any estimate.
By the way, L'Chaim is not my name - it is a saying in my signature. It is an English transliteration of Hebrew meaning "To Life."