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You can get most of my work from the creative replicas in the elite section here - you just have to pay Mike instead of OFA. I've never complained about it - this is a good forum and I consider Mike a stand up guy. As far as I know we are the only company that offers a free version (not trial) and allows you to sell your version with support if you dont like it. That should speak volumes. Even if I'm arrogant.


I also believe DB @OrderFlowAnalytics to be a stand up guy. As for the "replicas" I will say only that those with the means (highly advanced programming) usually like to "tinker", which is not often possible with a closed source commercial product. And I think it is great that those individuals share their work on the forum with others.

That said, they don't represent the majority of people who simply want a turn-key workable solution, and even more importantly -- one that is supported. I don't believe the "replicas" to fall into that category and would always recommend that people purchase a product if they deem that product to be of value.


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