I don't mean to retread old ground, and I know the discussion regarding whether Brendon (Piddy) is doing the right thing or not (by saying he's too busy to keep updating and supporting BTB users and the BTB platform) is supposed to be done and dusted. But I have a question that's nagging at me: it seems on the BTB website that not only is BTB still for sale, but there is also that message saying: I am working on Bob's Track Builder Pro expanding the features and making the existing ones even easier to use. If you buy today consider as a pre-purchase for the new versions as they become available. The once-only purchase will give you all updates for free as I plan to release new features every few months. All of this is bound to take a while to program so incremental updates to owners is a must. I love creating BTB and am dedicated to making this the best product I can regardless of any commercial success or failure. I hope your support will allow me to spend more time developing BTB into the tool of your track making dreams! I know we (the established users and regulars here at RD) all generally understand his position and respect it, via discussing it with one another and seeing the last posts that he made, but isn't it a little unfair to sell something with the message that it'll be updated and supported, yet whilst in the very forums that are associated to the software in question, he's also implied he'll not support it any more? I, like the rest of you, would love for the next update to be released, which alas it seems it never will be, and I, like the rest of you, use BTB a hell of a lot (best and most used piece of software I've ever bought, period...it's pure genius), but isn't it wrong to keep selling on the basis of promised continued support?