I agree.

NV1, in 1986 was full of promise and great potential. It was a breath of fresh air, delivering everything that was promised and more.

It then got caught up in the Windows revolution and it took QWP at least 10 years (probably 12 or more) to come out with the long-promised NV2.

By then NewViews had been relegated (it seems to me) to a relatively small, cliquish Canadian market, with NV1’s promise and good will squandered.

From the posts I have seen over the last two or so years, NV2 indeed does seem overly complex, riddled with “issues” and unattractive to many.

I wonder if the market for NV2 is any larger than a subset of loyal NV1 users?