I just bought a new SR MBP, and while I'm waiting for it to arrive, I'm trying to figure out what to do about finanacial software. I've been running Quicken '04, and from everything I'm reading, Quicken '07 is much, much worse. So, I've started looking into Quicken alternatives, but my weird set of needs seems to be hard to meet: What I really need is the ability to generate the "category spending reports" that Quicken has. This reporting is extremely useful to me, particularly around tax time. I haven't found a program that does this anywhere near as well as quicken. I input everything by hand because I find it forces me to keep better track of my spending, so I'm not terribly concerned about automated downloads of financial information. Must have support for at least hand-entry of investment accounts. I have an IRA that I like to at least keep vague track of. I've trialed Checkbook and Moneydance and found both lacking, particularly in the reporting category, which as I said is a definite need for me. LiquidLedger seems cool, but the lack of investment account support is a dealbreaker. Since Quicken '07 isn't a UB and I don't need/want the downloading features that have been disabled, should I just stick with Quicken '04? Or is there a better alternative out there that has good reporting options?