iCal has to be the worst iapp of the bunch. It is essential in a business environment to have a industrial caliber calendaring program, yet 10.2 and 10.3 saw only minor improvements. And once again, iCal in Tiger appears to be just another tweak or two. Is it me? Am I the only one frustrated by the basic functionality missing out of iCal? And if not, what is Apple thinking? I have sent Apple pages of ideas on basic functionality missing over the past few years. Just basic functionality. I explain we are a business which needs these features. I tell them we want to support Apple in our business but iCal makes it increasing more difficult. I'm really nice about it. (and we know about the options, but we want iCal because of its ties to the other iapps and .mac) What's the deal? Is it me?