What I liked:
Access to an active online community / blog for tech support and access to others who are using the same software. I spent a few minutes skimming the articles and really learned a lot about taking the software to the next level. Impressive.
The program is a simpler version of adobe, (which is what I use for my graphic elements). You can do almost everything that you can do with adobe, but it's more user friendly.
In addition to the millions of preprogrammed page options that the software comes with, the My Memories website ofters a large variety of free page elements that you can download. I was also able to use page elements from other sources, which I really liked.
I've also had a chance to chat with the people in tech support. They were very prompt at returning my emails, and very helpful with answering my questions.
What I didn't like:
I'm an adobe girl, and I like creating my own and importing paint brushes. This software doesn't let you do that. Not a crisis, especially if you don't need to make your own brushes.
I also had difficulty saving my work as anything other than an .mms file, while it is possible to save it as a .jpg, it takes a little figuring to get it to work. But again, there is an online community to help dunce's like me to figure these things out.
So now that I've told you what I think, I am busting at the seams to give away a copy of the software to one lucky reader, so they can see what I'm talking about. Software is valued at $40 (which is a steal in my opinion), and can be downloaded directly from the site, so you can start playing in moments. Sooo... if you want to win, leave me a comment before midnight (eastern time) next Friday (Jan 13) and I'll enter you in the drawing. Winner announced on Monday January 16, 9:30 AM Eastern...