Well at £29 I think it is an Ok price and it's a good product though I agree that some more functionality would be nice and which I would be prepared to pay for. Then again if I lived in the RISC Os world that some others seem to live in then I would be demanding RComp pay me to use their software as even £0.00 is to much.
Any way nice to see more development in the market and well done to Christian for taking the time and effort with Parmesan.
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