Russ, thanks for the point of view. I know this topic has a tendency to get heated, which I do not want nor do I understand. Personally I currently seem to align with Microsoft's direction, but that can just as easily not be the case. One thing that I have always given Microsoft credit for was a highly customizable system. Even when Microsoft doesn't want to make something, the way that the OS is designed typically allows for creative developers to step in and fill the void. I have no issues with peoples preferences, I actually enjoy find difference. It's how I have discovered some on my best practices. The people that really get to me are the ones that refuse to even look at a third-party application, because they feel Microsoft should have included the capability. Microsoft is changing things and looking to find a better way. It's what they should be doing or we might as well just never upgrade. Thank again for you point of view on the issue. It's much appreciated.