Full user review
"Reasonable substitute for Mac Quicken, but not perfect"
Overall easier to use than Quicken. Covers the 80% you really need, and uses common Mac methodology to manipulate your finances. New version has a lot of great report features.
Can't export except as QIF which makes life tough for excel users or several other programs. Investment support is weak (doesn't track specific shares, for instance)
Very active user community and the publisher actually will write you back after you make a suggestion or ask how to do something (vice Intuit). For everyday kinds of needs, including investment tracking, it does a great job and has gotten better with each new version. However, for investment analysis it comes up short -- that's OK, Quicken analysis wasn't too hot either, but the inability of the new version to export comma separated values (for excel or many other programs) is an issues. Should the return CSV to the feature list, I would rate 4 stars, now I rate 3.5