In article <39buqb$mgc at terminator.rs.itd.umich.edu>, info at camsci.com wrote:
> With all this discussion about a "ChemDraw-like" program, is there some
> problem perceived with the original ChemDraw that everyone is trying to
> find an alternative? I certainly can't begrudge anyone their personal
> preferences, but if anyone knows of any problems with ChemDraw, then by
> all means TELL us, so that we can fix them. ChemDraw has grown over the last
> eight years primarily as a result of customer input, and if we are not meeting
> your needs as well as we can, please let us know!
Uh, sure, Jonathan. Price! I thought that was obvious. Where you have money
in the budget for it, no problem. But if you are an educational user, and have
to fork out of your own pocket, it is another matter.