I purchased the "Web Graphics Creator" a week or so ago, and I have to say that I am somewhat disappointed. Not in the "logo creation" or "art center" portion of the software, that is excellent, and prompted me to look into other LaughingBird software. Maybe I should have looked over the details of the software (or tried a trial) before I purchased it, but I was originally planning on purchasing the stand-alone logo software when I noticed the "web graphics". I was disappointed to learn that the web graphics software is really nothing more than the logo software with a button maker (oh yeah, and those flipbooks). I was further disappointed when I found that the button creator 1)only did flash buttons 2)had such a small selection of button templates and 3)had no form of dropdown (or expandable) buttons. I'm not sure you can call something a "web graphics creator" when it doesn't have templates for regular web graphics. I'm not talking about logos, buttons, or even flash, but your everyday graphics displayed on millions of sites everyday (including http://www.laughingbirdsoftware.com/) Furthermore, after using the logo creator, I went back to look at the corporate identity and ad creator packages. It seems like both of these packages are based upon the logo creator software, and both include it. I have a hard time buying a complete software package that, IMHO, should be offered as an add-on. Not to mention that my system is crowded enough without installing the same logo creator 3 times (before anybody snaps at me, I haven't looked and am not aware if the possibility exists to not install certain features again). Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love the logo creation software, but I am honestly disappointed in these other items. In the past year or so, I have "lucked out", and every piece of software I have purchased has been amazing, leaving me wondering how I ever lived without it, never obtaining less than 100% satisfaction. If I had purchased the stand-alone logo creator, this experience would have extended my streak a little longer. All good things must come to an end, evidently.