Some Camtasia comments express unreasonable expectations. I've been using Camtasia as part of my workflow as a higher ed trainer and educator for about six years. In my mind, Camtasia is screen recording software with ever expanding user friendly editing functionality. I don't think it is a video editing tool that just happens to also have screen recording functionality. Camtasia has always been a user-friendly, affordable tool that just about anyone with a little tech savvy can figure out. Many of the complaints and feature requests seem to see Camtasia as a tool that should have all the functionality of Premiere Pro or Final Cut. I disagree. The more complicated it gets, the more potential users get left out. I use Camtasia, Captivate, Premiere Pro and After Effects. Each is a different tool that serves a different purpose in my workflow. If Camtasia doesn't have enough editing functionality, add Premiere Pro or Final Cut to your workflow. If you need more advanced actions or quizzing functionality, add Captivate to your workflow. If you want fancy bells and whistles special effects in your videos, add After Effects to your workflow. Be aware that to get that functionality, you pretty much double the price and the learning curve. I'm glad that Tech Smith provides an affordable tool that enables just about anyone to create professional quality screencasts. Keep up the great work, Tech Smith. I love each version of Camtasia (for PC and Mac) more than the one before!