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Having seen both of them, I'd say that they have subtly different slants/target audeinces and both should benefit from competition, so we should all be winners.

Hopefully, they will both suceed in their aims to grow the market in different ways so it is big enough and we should all be winners.

Both of them will let you obtain individual copies, so it is very easy to try them out without the expense of a subscription.

 is a RISC OS Usermarkee174 on 22/10/06 10:19AM
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