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I have been using Rental Property manager 2.0 and was very happy with it. Qicken Rental Property manager 2010 seemed even more flexible and also offered personal finance software too. Lo and behold, the 2 programs do not talk. I tried to open my 2009 files that I created in Rental Property Manager 2.0 with this new program and it would not read them.
I used this product all last winter. It was a gift from a friend. It was the first winter that my face wasn't dry and chapped. Heavenly!! I've got my daughters using it now.
I am a perennial naysayer when it comes to Quicken's "upgrades". Yes, I agree with everyone who complains about Intuit's business model of introducing mandatory upgrades periodically that one is forced to take because older versions become obsoleted. But ultimately, time marches on and software does need to be upgraded. Once having accepted the inevitible (Intuit notified me they would no longer be supporting Premier 2007 come April 2010), I sighed a deep sigh and purchased Quicken 2010 Rental Property version. Sorry Amazon, this was one purchase I made directly from Intuit. Had you had this directly available through Amazon, you could have had the sale, but I digress...
I got my Trace Sport at Performance Bikes with a white/red/black color scheme (it was a special edition I think). I actually didn't know how to ride a bike before I got this one (go ahead, laugh) but don't be fooled, I've tested other bikes after this one but this is a great bike for the price and I'm really happy with it. It has all the speed of a road bike with the ruggedness (and heft) of a mountain bike. The fastest gear is super-fast and if you're in city traffic you'll find yourself pulling out in front of the car next to you from a dead stop. Along with the fast, smooth drivetrain comes a pair of cabled disc brakes which are extremely useful among Pittsburgh's many hills. Don't touch the rotors after a long, steep descent though. It's a very confident ride especially where potholes are common; this bike handles all sorts of hazards like a champ. It's pretty light as well for everyday commuting but it can't beat a road bike in that department. My only qualm is that the frame is pretty wide to make space for the brakes and since disc brakes still aren't terribly common, you're going to need to spec order some parts (rear racks for instance). Even so, this bike has great value written all over it.