No. of Recommendations: 4
It is the way I see the discussion so far. The sales growth is very compelling, but the argument is sort of "the sales growth is compelling, so they must be doing something right", except that I haven't seen a compelling presentation on what the "something right" might be. Our hands on experiences seem to vary from positive to meh. Some will say that it just works without the hitches they have experienced with other products, but others say the same about other products. And, even if it is true that they have made a small improvement over the competition in ease of use or stability or whatever, how durable is that? It could disappear with the next release of one of the competing products. There just doesn't seem to be anything very sticky here.
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