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The supposed advantage of allowing near instantaneous conversion from an existing MongoDB installation seems a bit dubious because it would only apply to someone running on a two year old version of MongoDB and who had no reason to consider upgrading to the current version. Someone who is already running on 4.0 is hardly going to be interested. As such, this hardly seems well suited for large customers, but rather as an easily and initially cheap option for low level users who don't need advanced features and who are willing to commit to AWS.

Hi tamhas, that certainly makes sense to me.
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