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HI, Like myself, most Freehand users are still running very old copies of Freehand on some very old Apple Macs… and still earning a living. It's not because of some stick-in-the-mud attitude to change, but simply because it's still a superior tool in comparison to AI. I personally have been hanging on for something more intuitive than AI to come along for over 10 years - I think this is probably the best I've seen yet. After using the Beta for a few hours I'm about to start my next project using it and see how far I get. Most FH users started with Freehand back in the 80s/90s at agencies across the globe. They're now a hugely experienced, influential bunch as this now famous thread will attest: http://www.creativereview.co.uk/back-issues/creative-review/2009/march-20091/freehand-anonymous It would be more than worth your while engaging with them. We don't necessarily want a Freehand "Clone" but some familiar features and workflow would help ease the transition - and it wouldn't take much to ease the transition as Adobe have now almost pulled the shutter down on all Macromedia products. The Freehand requests seem to be all over the shop and perhaps a specific area on the Forum where we can place them all would be an idea. It would also help cultivate a FH community that you can engage with. S