I also remember someone telling me that on the latest tech conference in Denmark Microsoft announced the development of a low-end product. I ask myself then what role Navision will play in the future: at the moment Axapta also addresses smaller companies, say about 25 conc. users although Microsoft says they are not supposed to. I recently was told that the avarage Axapta license is for 25 conc. users and for Navision 18 con. users! So far for positioning products by size [;)] If a product positioned lower than Navision will be introduced below Navision, their partners will try to sell it to companies bigger than the target, being the target of Navision partners. With Axapta partners downselling that leaves little market for Navision, especially with current prizes… I notice the market also experiences this and, more important, also experiences the fact that more and more MBS partners, especially the ones who are in financial difficulty and the ones without add-ons, try to score every project in every segment in stead of forwarding it to the right partner with the right references. After a couple of demo’s this leaves many prospects with the feeling the partner does not understands it’s business and therefore not buying Navision. Although another partner might have scored this opportunity… This ofcourse is my experience in the Netherlands, maybe in other countries this is different?