I read on their site about a survey they sponsored that gives them cover if they don't release any vista support within 12 months. The survey more or less concludes that the majority of users don't have any immediate plans to migrate to Vista and then made a bit of a logical jump stating that users were more interested in supporting Windows XP - though no survey results supported this conclusion. I guess the idea was that all survey participants were using Windows XP (though again that wasn't clear and Outpost Pro supports users of Windows 98, ME, 2000 and 2003 Server in addition to XP). It seems to me that without this knowledge, it can be concluded that many users may just not care to upgrade their OS for a myriad of reasons and may not even be on Windows XP. To not support a released version of Windows is also something that will raise the ire of existing users who were assured of Vista support once it was released. Having a survey that gives some cover (as if users have no interest in vista support) may dissuade users from complaining and provide additional time to extend the development cycle. Not to be cynical, ok, maybe to be cynical, but this looks like an article released to support their decision to not place vista support in their "A" drawer. Full press release: http://www.agnitum.com/news/Vista-migration.php Any thoughts? Am I stretching or does this seem part of a strategy?