Looks like Bombich has caved to commercial interests. As of 3.5, versions are paid. They no longer apparently accept donations, nor can you remove the ads on previous versions or donate to continue development. I was OK with the donor-ware concept in the past, sent them a few bucks, and don't know how I feel paying for (virtually) the same app with simply a Mountain Lion qualification. The ads were never really gone with a donation, though. $26 is a bit steep. Yes, there is an early adopter discount... Haven't fully digested their posted EULA. Who knows what it will be for future development, paid versions. More onerous? Hope not! One thing I found onerous is the statement about information collection in the EULA. A link to it referenced above. Recommended reading. When you take an app everybody knows as donor-ware and simply make it pay-ware there will be a lot more questions than if it came out as paid to begin with. That may hurt them. I like the app, and so may continue with it. It looks to be costing considerably more than the donation price ($30-40) I gave them a while ago, but has grown up to be a more useful product for many, including me. Why don't they sell this in Mac App Store and cut the price some more? The timing of the move and the lack of AppStore support are concerns. Cost-wise, performance-wise do you think that it still remains competitive or as good a value?