sirflimflam wrote:As far as updating the software goes, Redgate is doing the same work Lutz did when he originally made the software.
Of course, Lutz (1) did it for free, (2) did it by himself, without the need for a team of developers, and (3) did it in his spare time.
Don't get me wrong, Lutz put a lot of his time and effort into maintaining Reflector. But it's hard to swallow the whole "we can't afford to keep it free" when it was free for years, and maintained by one person in his spare time.
To me, this isn't about "we can't", this is about "we want".