I am one of those still running V12.0 and I'm particularly pissed that my old license is to be unilaterally revoked and the only way forward is to pay yet another £400 for the privilege. I'm hopeful that the new Alibre team are listening: Constant updates will never work. Linux is now easy and for FREE. Even if your software, Alibre, only runs on the latest windoze. If you have a modern computer you are capable of running ANY operating system under a virtual machine installed under whatever OS you prefer. I am running, installed under Linux, a virtual copy of Windows XP and installed and licensed Alibre Design Expert 12.0, one of the truly GREAT productivity tools. Now it's dead easy when something screws up, software crash, hardware broken, or virus attack. Just take the last good VM clone back up image and re-install it anywhere. No more 'how the f... did I install the old OS', what configuration did I have to do and importantly NO Alibre license hassle. So you developer duds, think on, universal applications are the future. Alibre Design has been held back for years by only running under wobbly Windows.