Originally Posted by 1logic
And can anyone whose used this software compare it to PTO or whatever you software nerds
call the omaha version of PT?
Currently, PTO is easier to install, more refined, has more overall capabilities, is exclusive to windows, closed source, costs money, and relies on the continued existence of its parent company for support. There are some aspects of fpdb that are better than PTO, and eventually, I expect it to surpass commercial versions. Overall, that hasn't happened as of today.
Personally, I would recommend it, but depending on you, you may want to wait a bit.