I had emailed the developer by the username of 'ayasin' on Tuesday, asking him to check out a competing App that was MUCH cheaper. He never responded. Today, another user posted a message about his product being way too high for the features. http://www.pdascent.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=104 So, I posted a copy of my message: I'm sorry, but as my PM to you a few days ago, One App does MUCH more with the exception of Syncing (which should be within the next month) for a LOT less. HERE IS THE COPY OF THE PM WHICH I RECEIVED NO RESPONSE ON SO I AM POSTING HERE. ShoppingList App by Andrea Vettori Sent at: Tue Aug 19, 2008 10:18 am From: phillipsne To: ayasin You have a great App. However, you should spend the $3.99 and see one Apps that your competition has. It is a GREAT app. They lack syncing at this time but state that they will have it as soon as Apple allows Push. The only other drawback is that you have to manually type in your lists. Advantages: 1. Price, Price, Price 2. Store LIsts 3. Group Items And there are many other configurable items including the Settings under Settings/ShoppingLIst/General, Shopping, and Archive Synch It would really be worth your time and money to check this one out. I haven't got to the store with her App yet, but it supposedly memorizes the items by the order of aisle check-offs that you do also. I received the following: [/I]Competing product Sent at: Thu Aug 21, 2008 3:57 pm From: ayasin To: phillipsne Please don't post about competing products on our forums. I will grant you that the shopping app you mentioned does a couple of things we don't, but we're adding most of those things and syncing is a MAJOR feature which takes a while to implement. There's no way to know for sure what she'll be providing. ayasinSite Admin Posts: 191Joined: Sun Jul 06, 2008 11:01 am Private message I believe he was being nice. Also interesting. My BAD. And I understand. P.S. - I did spend the price on both products.