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I have only watched the pilot of this show so far. I was not planning on watching it at all since I am not usually all that interested in super hero fare but Joss Whedon's involvement convinced me to give it a shot. The man has had enough hits, and enough success, to know that it is not merely a matter of luck. He's got real talent and I enjoy his sensibility immensely. I was not disappointed in this show at all. Quite the opposite. I decided to watch the first episode to give it a shot but now, after only a single episode, I am hooked.
The show is full of Whedon's trademark wit. When Phil steps out of the shadows and says "Sorry, that corner was so dark I couldn't resist. I think there's a bulb out or something" I knew immediately whose universe I was in. The writing on the show is easily three steps above most of what you are used to seeing on television. It is still too early to get a full sense of all the characters but from first impressions it definitely seems like Whedon has managed to produce another great ensemble cast. That is one of the things I most appreciated about his prior work.
There is also a really engaging story. I have a feeling there is some background mythology that I am not entirely following. I have never really been into comic books or super heroes but, in a way, I almost think it might be better that there are things I am not in on. It creates more mystery. I have no idea where the plot is heading but I am definitely looking forward to finding out. I recommend giving this show a shot even if you are not ordinarily into super hero movies or shows. You might be pleasantly surprised.
Always wanted a tablet and this was highly recommended by a friend of mine and so happy I decided to get this one. Easy to use, to see and take with me just about wherever I go without having to use a laptop.
It seems like they fixed all the issues since they first released it. I'm not sure what others are seeing, but I had no issues upgrading from 2012 and the IOS app works perfectly. I don't need to remember anymore what i spent cash on when I'm out of the house, because i can just put in a cash transaction on the fly on my iPhone and then sync it back to my desktop install. I was extremely hesitant to upgrade after reading all of the poor reviews, but then saw a few people say the issues were addressed so I thought I'd give it a try. If you're at all concerned, do what I did:
1. Backup your 2012 data.
2. Upgraded to 2013.
3. Don't do a bank sync right away. Test out the features on your phone and sync that to see if 2013 pulls data down from their cloud without errors to your local Quicken install.
4. I did this for 5 days and then did a sync with my bank. No issues whatsoever.
My plan was to downgrade back to 2012 and get a refund for 2013 if it didn't work flawlessly.
I'm syncing to 3 different bank accounts and 2 credit cards. No issues. I really was expecting to have to deal with some problem, but I may be one of the lucky ones. The release after all the updates ran is: R7 (18.104.22.168) Home and Business edition.
I know your results may vary, but I hope you at least give it a try because the new features with the mobile client are what I've been waiting years for and it's been a great experience so far. And no, I don't work for Intuit. :)