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I never have felt the need to up-grade to the latest version of what I am using just because it is available. If a program is meeting my needs and my staff is comfortable using it then I prefer stability vs. change. The small improvements and enhancements that upgrades normally bring do not necessarily translate into greater efficiency. Its great to tinker around with up-grades and new releases, but now-a-days I just dont have the time. I prefer to unlock the potential and power of a program, use it to the fullest and then once that capacity has been exhausted, I consider something new. Automation and ease of use is great but it cannot replace dedicated work and attention to detail. Maybe I believe that money is better earned the old fashion way. Regardless of my opinion on upgrades this post is informative as well as interesting.