I'm about to buy a new MacBook Pro and was browsing through all the things they can pre-install before shipping to you and came across Bento 3, which seems cheap and interesting. I'm not a huge techie person, but the reason it interested me is that I keep lists of things on my computer, and this might help. Right now I use the "spreadsheet" thing in Numbers (found it through trial and error) and it works well enough, but I know that's not what it was made for. The thing is, from what I've found about Bento 3, some people say it's only for small-ish lists and stuff because it can't handle bigger ones. Well, I have some big ones. For instance, I have this one list of films in Spreadsheet that's over 1,000 long, and I've used the different columns for different info like directors, years, genre, etc. so that I can easily re-organise the list to what I need it for. And that's only one of the lists I have like that. I'm always kind of vaguely felt there must be some more appropriate program for this kind of thing, but being a tech newbie I wouldn't know what it is. So would Bento work? I don't want to spend like hundreds of dollars on something, so any more expensive program is out - I'd just rather keep using what I'm using. But if something is as cheap as like $50 or less, I'd be interested.