I'm with ennuye here; if your current version does it all for you, then stick with it. I have upgraded, in the past , through to Quicken 2003, and found its now got a little too complex for me, just use the 'bog-standard' stuff on it ie, reconciling my current account.
Suspect its like word processing..........if you only use 5% of the functions and it meets your needs, why change. I use Money 2002 and find the ability to download unit trust and share prices along with bank statements direct into the program a boon to keeping track of finances. I expect this is common to the other programs mentioned.
MS Money 2000 does everything I want, however I have had problems downloading my statements since December.
On contacting my online bank they have informed me the problem is the 'obsolete' version of Money which, as it is no longer supported by MS, they are also dropping support for and I should buy the 2004 version!
Today I had to spend £22.22 on the new version from which I will get no additional benefit and don't even want ~ no wonder Bill is so wealthy!!