Yesterday I've spilled some frustration (legitimate or not) over Red Gate licensing policies. It appeared that any flaws in this area company compensates with customer-oriented approach which, unspoiled by Microsoft & Co, I find unprecedented.
Despite me calling them names, they took an effort to patiently explain their position and ways. Faced with such a gallantry I have no other choice but to apologize for my emotional thrusts and to admit that Red Gate is not "another greedy ignorant
Apple Corporation software company". That's a big relief.
Similarly, the .NET Reflector future looks brighter now. The question, though, still remains - will it become "Red Gate Lutz Roeder's .NET Reflector" or stay "Lutz Roeder's Red Gate .NET Reflector"?