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Since you are just a user yourself, why do you repeat the official Quicken excuses? As you say yourself, 6 old reports are still there - why remove ANY of the old reports if there are no replacements for their full functionality (just a useless list of endless numbers)? Why not at least warn users that if they upgrade to Quicken 6.0, they will loose "obsolete" features AND won't be able to open their own files in earlier versions of Quicken ever again to regain those features? As someone else stated, the home tab still shows a bar graph - but it's ability to be customized is so limited that I can't even look at previous years. It has SOME customizability, so why not at least spent the minimal amount of effort to make it more useful so subscribers have at least something to work with?
The ONLY reason I finally made the leap was because Q07 would not function with the Catalina and now Big Sur Mac OS, so I was stuck with the aging 2018 Mojave OS . Otherwise I could have lived happily with Q07 whose graphs and other reporting capabilities were quite useful enough.