I am a hardcore and devoted Quicksilver user, and have been using it - for everything - since I discovered it in 2004. These days with every new machine, and every new operating system, I wonder what I'll do when QS can't keep up, or the volunteer developers have better things to do. So I looked up Alfred and Launchbar. I'm trying both (but haven't bought the powerpack yet). My initial sense is that Launchbar will fit my flow better - it's more Quicksilver like in its type-to-enact. I'm good with keyboard shortcuts generally, but not looking to add a million new shortcuts to my life. It seems like with Launchbar - as with Quicksilver - you can locate and act on files, perform functions, and get work done without really looking at the screen. But then I noticed that Launchbar hasn't been (is this right?) updated since 2014, and that the forums aren't very lively. Does this mean that if I go through the headache of moving from QS to LB, I'm just going to have to learn the ways of Alfred two years later? Is the writing on the wall for Launchbar? Any other info you have about which system its more worth sinking time into the learning curve of would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.