Hi, folks. I've not been around the forum for about two years now. I'm trying to piece together where FD-ISR has evolved to in that time. I think I stopped coming here just around the time Raxco decided to retire FD-ISR. I have 5 or 6 licenses for FD-ISR to use on my home network machines that I originally purchased from Raxco. I recently downloaded the Build 205 update from Raxco and have updated my machines. I've down about an hour of browsing, searching, and reading and could use a little help to see if I have the picture right, i.e., help with my "roll-up update" of my awareness on FD-ISR. Can anyone comment on the truth/accuracy of the following? 1) Since Raxco retired FD-ISR, all further developments/evolution/beta testing has been done directly by Todd/Leapfrog software. 2) Only Horizon Data Systems has sold FD-ISR or one of its incarnations since Raxco and others have stopped. 3) If I can somehow substantiate my original licenses to Todd, I can be issued serial numbers/license codes to enable me to activate builds of FD-ISR from Leapfrog that have succeeded Build 205 from Raxco. 4) Some features such as Enable/Disable Pre-Boot and Freezing may no longer be available in more recent builds of FD-ISR, i.e., they've been, in a sense, "dumbed down". Thus, unless I want to give up some options availability, I may be just as well off to stick with my Build 205. Hopefully, if someone can help me verify, correct, and complete the above picture, it can help more than me who've stumbled onto all of this for the first time or who've been away awhile and are looking to get quickly up to speed. Thanks.